Ed Sheeran Gets Salty After Being Accused of Not Playing Live: 'It's a Loop Station, Not a Backing Track'

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Ed Sheeran is not in love with the shade of you.

The British singer-songwriter took to Twitter on Monday to set the record straight on his recent Glastonbury performance, where some accused Sheeran of not playing live. As many fans now, Sheeran makes heavy use of "looping" during his current live set, where an artist records pieces of music and layers them over each other to create a full song -- all in real time. But some on social media mistook the technique for using pre-recorded instruments in his show.

"Never thought I'd have to explain it, but everything I do in my live show is live, it's a loop station, not a backing track," the 26-year-old artist clarified. "Please google."

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Some people just aren't in the loop.

Meanwhile, Sheeran seemed in better spirits when he and girlfriend Cherry Seaborn were spotted in a rare photo together, holding hands and heading to a helicopter.


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Looks like things between the two are really taking off!

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