After getting Squirtle tattoo, singer drops “Celestial,” his track from upcoming Pokémon video video games
A Week After Lil Nas X linked up with League of Legends, Ed Sheeran has turned his like of Pokémon correct into a recent track called “Celestial,” a track written for an upcoming pair of recent video video games.
“I met the other folks from Pokémon after I was traveling in Japan, and we joked about me writing a track for them,” Sheeran stated final week on social media while he confirmed off his recent tattoo of the persona Squirtle.
The joke, nonetheless, became true song and a corresponding song video, which combines Sheeran’s day after day lifestyles with occasional plunges into the world of Pokémon.
“I’ve conducted Pokémon since I was in predominant faculty,” Sheeran stated Thursday in an announcement. “Me and my brother in vogue to believe diverse versions of the video games and would change Pokémon collectively ‘til we every done our Pokédex,” Sheeran stated in an announcement. “I cherished the cards, but the video games are what I lost myself in. I cherished the total world they created; it saved me distracted if there used to be adverse stuff going on in my lifestyles/faculty that I needed to pause some distance from. It used to be a world I would bound into, and I’ve conducted it ever since.”
“Celestial” will feature in Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet, two video video games coming to the Nintendo Turn on Nov. 18.
Sheeran added, “Even although I’m 31 now, I collected believe the identical Game Boy Color and play Pokémon Yellow or Silver on planes and trains after I’m on tour. It’s such an honor as a procedure to add a track correct into a Pokémon game and shoot a nostalgic video too.”
From Rolling Stone US.