Sheeran to work with The Vamps

Ed Sheeran is planning a collaboration with The Vamps.

Sheeran to work with The Vamps

Ed Sheeran is planning a collaboration with The Vamps.

The 'Wild Heart' singers have been finding the "right time" in their busy schedule to work on a track with 'The A Team' hitmaker after he invited the group to his studio last week to preview his upcoming album 'x'.

Drummer Tristan Evans said: "Yesterday we hung out with Ed Sheeran and he showed us his new album in the studio, that was really cool.

"We really want to get in the studio with each other, it's just finding the right time because he's such a busy dude. It was really cool, we're good friends and it was really nice of him to invite us down to the studio."

The news comes after Ed took to Twitter to share his excitement about the follow-up to his BRIT Award-winning debut album, '+', and Tristan claims the singer was keen to get the seal of approval from the indie pop group ahead of it's release.

Speaking of their meeting, Tristan added: "Ed just is a super normal guy, but he was more about, wanting us to tell him what we think about his new album. It's great. I won't give too much away but it's going to be really good for him."

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