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2 November 2013, 08:50
The 'Lego House' man debuts another new track at the second of his Madison Square Garden gigs.
Ed Sheeran treated the audience at his second Madison Square Garden show to the first live performance of new song 'New York' last night (1st November).
The British star, who was wearing an 'I Love NY' t-shirt for the gig in the Big Apple asked for a moment of quiet as he debuted the tender track.
During the first night of his MSG residency, Ed had premiered the track 'So In Love'.
His second night at the iconic venue also saw pop pal Taylor Swift join him on stage for their duet 'Everything Has Changed'.
Another touching moment came in the form of the country singer's attire as she wore an 'I love Ed' t-shirt as she hit the stage.
The pair also posed for a picture backstage as they celebrated the triumphant evening.
Before the gig had begun, Ed was also presented with a plaque for 15 million worldwide sales.
Watch Ed Sheeran perform new song 'New York' below:
It's been a busy week for the singer who also filmed with the cast of The Muppets on Sesame Street as well.
Ed has been busy working on his new album for much of 2013 and will end a two and a half year tour with his Madison Square Garden residency.
The 'Give Me Love' singer has already pencilled in a release date for his second album in February 2014 and has been working with legendary producer Rick Rubin.