Young Ed packs his acoustic guitar and loop pedal to play to 90,000 adoring fans at Wembley.
The carrot-topped chart maestro hits London, mixing up loop-pedalled acoustica, hip hop beats and out-and-out pop balladry for a swooning, shrieking audience. His tearjerking single 'The A-Team' catapulted him into the mainstream, his chart-busting 2011 debut album '+' has kept him lodged there, and the Rick Rubin follow-up ‘X’ (‘multiply’) has made him an inescapable force on both sides of the Atlantic. As a result, he's gone from playing the kind of pubs and basements where you'd rightfully expect to find a scruffily-dressed acoustic singer-songwriter to two 90,000-capacity Wembley shows. The mind just boggles, doesn't it?