Ed Sheeran & Snow Patrol play impromtu set at Other Voices Latitude!
English folk group, The Unthanks had just finished their set on the Other Voices stage at Latitude Festival when Philip King advised two hundred audience members to stick around for a very special surprise guest. After a few minutes of anticipation, Ed Sheeran graced the stage and broke straight into the global smash hit Thinking Out Loud. Sheeran, who had borrowed Nathaniel Rateliff's guitar, played a few songs on his own, including an unrehearsed but enjoyable cover of Feeling Good. The singer-songwriter grew up in Framlingham, Suffolk and has been a longtime fan of Latitude Festival. Ed also spoke to audience members about visiting Dingle and seeing Fungi on a family holiday when he was younger. To close the impromptu set, Sheeran welcomed Nathan Connolly and Johnny Quinn of Snow Patrol on stage to perform a very special, once off version of Chasing Cars.