Ed Sheeran Embraces Adventure on a Wild Desert Trip in 'Overpass Graffiti' Video

Ed Sheeran has dropped a video for his new single “Overpass Graffiti.” The visual arrives hours after Sheeran released his new album, = (Equals), via Atlantic Records.

In the Jason Koenig-directed clip, Sheeran goes missing when his tour bus leaves him behind at a gas station. As he walks through the desert alone, a van full of friendly folks picks him up and a wild adventure ensues as the troupe stop at a wild carnival and meet an array of interesting characters.

“I will always love you for what it’s worth/We’ll never fade like graffiti on the overpass/I know time may change the way you think of us,” Sheeran sings on the chorus of the synth-pop song. “But I remember the way we were/You were the first full stop/Love that will never leave/Baby, you will never be lost on me.”

“Overpass Graffiti” follows the previously released = singles “Shivers” and “Bad Habits.”

On Sunday, the Sheeran announced he had tested positive for Covid-19, forcing him to cancel a handful of in-person appearances and performances. One of his scheduled performances was Saturday Night Live, which he was supposed to play on Nov. 6.

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