Ed Sheeran previews video for Rudimental collaboration ‘Bloodstream’

The two acts have collaborated on a new version of the 'X' track

Ed Sheeran and Rudimental are set to drop the video for their new collaboration.

The two acts recently collaborated on a new version of Sheeran’s ‘X’ track ‘Bloodstream’. You can watch a trailer for the video beneath.

‘Bloodstream’ was produced by Rick Rubin. Sheeran says of the song: “‘Bloodstream’ is one of my favourites to play live as it always gets the crowd going. Rudimental and I wrote the track in June last year. It was brilliant to get back in the studio with them – they’re such a laugh and I’m sure their new album is going to be huge.”

Listen to ‘Bloodstream’ below.

Meanwhile, Sheeran has sent messages of support to a X Factor contestant in New Zealand who was called “disgusting” and “creepy” live on air.

Two judges on the New Zealand version of the show have been fired after abusing a contestant on the show this weekend. British pop star Natalia Kills and her husband, Willy Moon, were removed from the show after a live episode on Saturday (March 14) in which the pair harshly criticised contestant Joe Irvine following his performance.

Now, however, Sheeran has sent in a tweet to Irvine, telling him to take no notice of the attacks.

“Don’t worry about what anyone else says man,” Sheeran tweeted. “Enjoy yourself with it, that’s what singing is about, not what other people think.”