In the same year, he formed a band with Michael Morrison and Mark Mc Clelland named Shrug.
He remained in the band for seven years and by that time, the band released two albums and had many tours. Since in his early teens, he started writing songs and learned guitar formerly without any lessons.
He started cursing at the audience and demolishing the band's equipment.
He found himself breaking guitars they could not afford. He later gave up drinking and now does it "for fun" and credits his bandmates for the turnaround.
"For hands of gold are always cold, but a woman's hands are warm," the grinning Sheeran sang, as Arya Stark happened upon the dining Lannister clan.
"It's a new one," the musician explained in close-up.
Lightbody formed a band with Mark Mc Clelland and drummer Michael Morrison in 1994, called Shrug.
Morrison left the band later, and the band were forced to change the name to Polarbear, as another band had claimed the name.
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