Natalia Lusinski
November 15, 2015 10:02 am

Ed Sheeran’s at it again—melting our hearts with his words and catchy ballads. This time, it’s with his new track, “Touch And Go,” an acoustic song about life after getting your heart broken. (Yeah, we can ALL relate to that.)

The song is included in his reissued, two-disc album, “X,” now called “X: Wembley Edition” for its Nov. 13 release via Atlantic Records. Why not reissue X, which has been Sheeran’s most popular album to date? There are a few other new songs on the album, too—most of which you may have heard by now, such as “Lay It On Me,” his collaboration with Rudimental, which he sang (amazingly, I might add) at the MTV EMAs on Oct. 25.

Also, bonus- “X: Wembley Edition” also includes a DVD of “Jumpers for Goalposts,” the film of his concert from Wembley Arena.

Of course, fans have already proven their love of Sheeran’s “X.” Not only was it No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and resulted in four top-20 Hot 100 hits, but it also went platinum. In fact, just the other day “X” beat out Adele’s “21” (!) and became the longest-charting top-10 album in the UK by a British artist. (Congrats, Sheeran! We’re your biggest fans!) “X” has been in the top-10 for 73 weeks in a row, just beating out Adele’s 71-week run, and has sold over 10 million copies and gotten 59 platinum certifications.

To listen to “Touch And Go,” (which we think you should do RIGHT NOW) check out the below:

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(Images via Instagram)

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