This Shape of You cover is probably the best thing we’ve ever seen


So, Ed Sheeran is having a major moment, between the rest of his highly anticipated album ÷ (Divide) coming out today and beginning preparations for his world tour. 

The singer also has two amazing singles at the top of the charts, Castle on the Hill and Shape of You, and the latter just got a pretty creative makeover.

Walk off the Earth is a multi-faceted group who cover popular tracks using unconventional musical means.

The crew just covered Shape of You, foregoing guitars and instead opting for pipes, spoons, shells, a kazoo and some seriously strong vocals to recreate the track in a unique way. 

There is even a bowl of popcorn and some seriously impressive gymnastics involved. Oh, and an adorable toddler. 

The band also remixed the song with TLC's noughties classic No Scrubs and Blackstreet's No Diggity, so if you thought Shape of You was good on its own, wait until you hear it combined with the R'n'B tracks.

We're adding it to our predrinks playlist right this second. 


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