After the latest winter’s single “Afterglow,” Ed Sheeran aims to the summer hit with “Bad Habits.” Probably you shall be surprised by the Dance-Pop sound with which the British singer-songwriter decided to come back to the charts. Instead, we think that this choice is consistent with the artistic decisions made two years ago. Back then, he published “No.6 Collaboration Project,” an Electro-Pop (and Urban) album. Some unusual collaborations for him characterize it. That one was also a way to evolve his style, and “Bad Habits” confirms that. Fred “Again” Gibson and Johnny McDaid produced the track.