Ed Sheeran and Rudimental Debut 'Bloodstream' Music Video Starring Ray Liotta


Ed Sheeran and Rudimental Debut 'Bloodstream' Music Video Starring Ray Liotta


The video directed by Emil Nava centers on a former rock star, played by the 'Goodfellas' actor, who's not happy with his post-fame life.
Ed Sheeran and Rudimental debuted the music video for their version of "Bloodstream" on Monday, March 23 as part of the 2015 YouTube Music Awards. Directed by Emil Nava, the cinematic visuals centers on an ageing former rock star played by "Goodfellas" actor Ray Liotta.

Unhappy with his life now, he's seen wandering alone in his huge mansion and standing in front of a room filled with certified gold album plaques. The lonely and depressed man then turns into alcohol and starts destroying his memorabilia.



The original version of "Bloodstream" is featured on Sheeran's critically-acclaimed 2014 sophomore album "X" which was nominated for multiple awards at the Grammys earlier this year. The British redhead has explained that the song was inspired by the time he took MDMA in Ibiza and fell in love with a beanbag.

The new version with Rudimental has been confirmed as the next single off the LP.


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