For some convoluted reason, everyone suddenly starts involuntarily bursting into song “Buffy: Once More with Feeling"-style.
Everyone in the crew has their own musical number revolving around their current thoughts and issues. Donut takes care of belting out the opening number, since he has such great range. Sarge sings about building robots with Lopez. Simmons sings about his dreams and ambitions.
Grif can feel it coming but has no power to stop it and starts singing a soulful love ballad to Simmons.
bloom - the paper kites, pour another - nick hakim, brothers - penny and sparrow, youth - daughter, tally marks - joseph, autumn leaves - ed sheeran, me and mrs. jones - michael bublé, resolution - matt corby, lost / inside our minds - john vincent III, lakehouse - postcards, ILYSB/stripped - LANY, i see fire - ed sheeran, angel - sean hayes, never be alone - shawn mendes, the a team - ed sheeran, home to mama - cody simpson, roses - mackenzie bourg, say you love me - jessie ware, to build a home - the cinematic orchestra, from afar - vance joy, hedwig’s theme - john williams, woodland - the paper kites, harvest moon - neil young, give me love - ed sheeran, rules - nat & alex wolff, dust to dust - the civil wars.
So when we went to Galway yesterday there was this girl playing right next to Ed’s old busking spot (Treasure Chest - you can see it in the background) singing the song that made him famous and it’s like one of the coolest full circle things I’ve ever seen???
“I felt that with the first album, I remember thinking I would never write a song as good as A Team, and then Thinking Out Loud came, and I was like, ‘Oh, OK, well maybe it’s not impossible.’ So going into this album, there was no worry at all because I knew I’d done it before. It’s not like Thinking Out Loud will be the peak of my career. It’s definitely happened on this album. There’s definitely one that’s better.”
Ed Sheeran and Sia are two of the biggest artists in the world at the moment but considering how different their styles are I don’t think you’d ever expect them to work this well when combined. However Sia’s powerful backing music combined with Ed Sheeran’s soothing vocal make this mashup something great and unexpected in a really good way - Jakk
( We do not own this. Original produced by: Isosine )