Ed Sheeran and Maisie Peters play “Lego House”

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During her Wembley concert, Maisie Peters called on Ed Sheeran to perform “ Lego House “.

Maisie Peters, Ed Sheeran’s protege, had a surprise for her audience on the evening of the end of her tour. Road to Wembley “. While performing her biggest headlining concert to date, Maisie Peters brought out Sheeran himself. “ My boss », she announced, to laughter and applause from the audience. “ He let me play at his Wembley, so I figured I should let him play at mine “, Peters said.

Sheeran took the stage and said: “ It’s so amazing to watch. I had a smile on my face “. They then launched into Sheeran’s song, ” Lego House », taken from his first album, +.

This is the first Ed Sheeran song I heardsaid Maisie Peters. This is my first favorite Ed Sheeran song. »

In July, Maisie Peters spoke with WECB from his second album, The Good Witch. “ It’s the perfect follow-up to my first album. For me, this album is a kind of twisted breakup album, she explained. It recounts the last year of my life. It’s not a concept album, because it’s all very real, but I think it sits between realism and surrealism, truth and this last year’s version of the truth. »

Maisie Peters spent the summer on tour, opening for Sheeran in between headlining gigs. After finishing her tour in the United Kingdom, she is preparing to launch in Europe in 2024.


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