Ed Sheeran drops new album Equals and here's where you can pre-order it on Vinyl, CD, streaming services and more

ED SHEERAN has dropped his latest album Equals, and it's available for pre-order now.

Available in October, Ed Sheeran fans can pre-order it now – and we've got the low down on how to do just that, whether it's vinyl, streaming or CD (woah, retro).

Much to the delight of fans, Ed has announced a date for the new album for fourth studio album, Equals.

And will this mean a new tour too? We'll have to wait and see.

The new album will officially 'drop' on October 29th, so there's a little while off yet, but there's a number of ways you can get your hands on the goods before anyone else.

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You can pre-order and pre-save the record through a number of platforms, and we've got everything you need to know here.

Vinyl

Taking it back to the old school? Try Amazon.

Sheeran fans can snap up the eye-catching Red Vinyl, which is priced at £21.99, or the traditional Black Vinyl which is £18.99

If you want to stick to the high street then why not try HMV, which you can check out here.

  • Amazon Black Vinyl – click here
  • Amazon Red Vinyl – click here
  • HMV White Vinyl- click here
  • HMV Black Vinyl – click here

Audio CD

If you want to grab Equals on CD, then your best best is Amazon and HMV for physical copies of Ed's latest release.

Or if you fancy it, you can download the album on iTunes Music Store here.

You can pre-order them here:

  • Amazon – click here
  • ITunes Music Store – click here
  • HMV – click here

Streaming

Of course you can stream Equals through online streaming apps and such as Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music and Deezer.

You can sign up to these here:

  • Spotify – click here
  • Apple Music – click here
  • Deezer – click here

If that wasn't enough, you can also buy Merch bundles from Ed's own merch store here.

You can choose from hoodies, totes and t-shirts – perfect for listening to thenew album in.

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