Ed Sheeran closes Glastonbury 2017: Watch full set

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Sheeran full set: watch performing the concert at Pyramyd stage just six years after his debut at one of the festival’s smallest venues.

 Sheeran performed a mash-up of his song ‘Take It Back’, Stevie Wonder‘s ‘Superstition’ and Bill Withers’ ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’ .On Sunday, he closed the festival, attracting a much younger audience than Friday and Saturday’s headliners, Radiohead and Foo Fighters.

The 26-year-old admitted he was “very nervous but very excited” to be there.

“For those of you who haven’t seen one of my shows before or haven’t heard one of my songs, please pretend that you know them,” he told the audience.

“For those of you who have, please sing all of the words.”

SET LIST BELOW

 

Castle on the Hill
Eraser
The A Team
Don’t
Bloodstream
Galway Girl
Lego House
Take It Back / Superstition / Ain’t No Sunshine
I’m a Mess
Photograph
Nancy Mulligan (with Beoga)
Thinking Out Loud
Sing
Shape of You
You Need Me, I Don’t Need You
OTHER LINKS FOR GLASTONBURY GIGS by BBC.com

The star played, as he usually does, without a band; using a loop pedal to layer his vocal and guitar lines and create a backing track live, on the spot.

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This created problems during Bloodstream when his guitar slipped out of tune but, for the most part, the sound was impressive: Sheeran can build up or break down a song at will, a skill honed by years of relentless gigging in his teens.

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Edward Christopher Sheeran is an English singer-songwriter born in Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire, on February 17 1991. His family moved to Framlingham, Suffolk, when he was a child. He sang in a local choir from the age of four and began playing guitar a few years later. He first started writing songs while he was at high school.
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