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11 January 2012, 07:26
The 'Lego House' singer has told fans to make the most of his acoustic sound as he aims to take more risks.
Ed Sheeran has confessed that he is looking to take a different musical direction on his second album.
The 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You' star admitted he wanted his debut album '+' to sound the same as it would be performed live but is now ready to take a few risks.
Speaking to the Daily Star, he confessed: "For my first album it was important to record the songs my fans had heard the way they were performed live. But I'd like to try a few different things for the next album, take more risks."
The 'Lego House' singer released his debut album back in 2011 and recently confessed how overwhelewed he was after it achieved triple platinum status.
Meanwhile, Ed has been teasing his fans with details of a new EP after posting several posts on his Twitter account to reveal that he was working with one of his all time favourite artists.
The singer is also scheduled to perform alongside Emeli Sande at the BRIT Awards nominations ceremony in London tomorrow (12th January).