There's just over a week to go until Ed Sheeran releases his highly anticipated third album, and he's just made yet another song from its tracklisting available online.

The track 'Eraser' marks the fourth cut from the record, following 'Shape of You', 'Castle on the Hill' and 'How Would You Feel (Paean)', which he released on February 17th.

He debuted the new track with a live video on SB.TV, acknowledging that it was 7 years to the day since they debuted his song 'You Need Me (I Don't Need You)' on the web channel.

The partly-rapped song revealed some personal lyrics about his feelings on being famous and personal regrets, with lines like "I wish my private life would've never gone public",  "I wish that I could make peace with my older cousin" and "The industry told me to look like them / But I find happiness in fried food for my dinner."