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Ed Sheeran’s creative process is on full display in new Apple documentary

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Ed Sheeran shows viewers how to write a song in his new movie.
Photo: Apple Music

Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and his creative process will be on full display in Apple’s newest documentary movie, Songwriter.

Filming on the documentary began in 2008, giving fans an unprecedented look at how Sheeran’s songs are created. From the spark of an idea for a song to seeing it sung by thousands of fans at concerts, Songwriter paints an intimate portrait of one of the most popular artists of the last decade. The movie was filmed by Ed’s cousin Murray Cummings and focuses on the making of his third album “÷” that came out last year.

Take a look at the teaser:

Taylor Swift, Pink, Major Lazer, Clive Davis and Bad Boy Records have been the subject of previous Apple Music documentaries. Songwriter will be available exclusively on Apple Music. Subscribers can watch the full film starting on August 28.