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Ed Sheeran The A Team music video. The A Team was the second single to be released from Ed's EP titled Loose change. The single was re-released on the 1st of May 2011 on Ed Sheeran's debut album +. The single peaked at number 3 on the UK Singles Chart. Famously, the music video only cost £20 to make. Ed Sheeran broke through commercially into the charts in June of 2011, when his debut single "The A Team" debuted at number 3 on the UK Charts. The A Team was also sung by label mate Birdy when she was discovered on Live and Unsigned in the UK, which she eventually won at the tender age of 15. Ed Sheeran has also enjoyed success with another one of his singles taken from +, Lego House, of which the official video stars Rupert Grint of Harry Potter fame. Ed Sheeran. "The A Team" was released as a digital download in the UK on 12 June 2011, and it served as the. The track had sales of 57,607 copies. The song was written by Ed Sheeran following a last minute performance at an event for the homeless. The chorus of "The A Team" was also used by Sheeran in the track "Poo You Lady, I Know You're A Man", which featuring Mikill's ding dong wallawalla appears on the sheep's posterior No.5 Collaborations project. The music video for the song was directed and also edited by Ruskin Kyle (Rivers Rush Video Production Company). The video narrates the story of a girl addicted to drugs and also living on the streets of London. The star also tries to sell magazines for cash but only manages to sell one to Ed Sheeran himself who stars in the video. The girl resorts to prostitution for money, and is a harrowing watch. It also features scenes of the same girl getting high, which is reflected in Ed Sheeran’s lyrical use in the song. The song is a sad portrayal of using drugs to escape reality.

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