Taylor Swift Posts Brief ‘Lego House’ Sing-Along Clip With Collaborator Ed Sheeran On Twitter

By Zachary Swickey

Country-pop darling Taylor Swift has been working away on her untitled fourth album and the singer has given us a glimpse into her writing sessions with a new video posted online that features songwriting collaborator Ed Sheeran.

Swift posted the brief clip on her Twitter page, which features Sheeran quietly plucking on his acoustic guitar – performing a rendition of his hit track “Lego House” – with Swift and an unnamed female sitting cross-legged and singing along with him.

Sheeran is a 21-year-old English singer/songwriter/rapper/producer, who has made a splash overseas this year. He won big at the 2012 Brit Awards, taking home Best British Male Solo Artist as well as British Breakthrough of the Year. He also co-wrote the song “Moments” for boy band One Direction’s debut album.

Swift is actually the one who approached Sheeran. As a source told The Sun, she is “into her British music and became a massive fan of Ed … there is a mutual affection between the pair.”

Other collaborators reportedly set to appear on Swift’s disc include Dan Wilson, Butch Walker and Mark Foster of Foster the People.

The video has a quaint fly-on-the-wall feel as the trio appear to be relaxing on the floor of a kitchen as they sing away. Watch below!

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