On 6 January, Sheeran launched two singles, "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill"; the theme of the actual latter single is about Sheeran's upbringing in his home town associated with Framlingham in Suffolk, using the castle referring to Framlingham Fortress. Following the release of these public, Sheeran went on to co-host the BBC Radio one Breakfast Show with Jeff Mills where it was deduced that he would possibly make an look at the Glastonbury Festival within 2017. It was also in this show that Sheeran utilized a new Martin guitar which featured the ÷ logo design (of his new album) on both the headstock as well as body of the acoustic guitar. Each singles went on to break the actual Spotify day one streaming document, with a combined total associated with over 13 million channels in 24 hours. On thirteen January, "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill" entered the UK Singles Graph at number one and and second, the first time in history an performer has taken the top two UNITED KINGDOM chart positions with brand new songs. The same day this individual also became the first performer to debut at number 1 and number two on the recognized German Single Charts. Upon 15 January, the tracks debuted at number one as well as number two on the ARIA Public Chart, the first time this has been accomplished in the history of the Aussie chart. On 17 Jan, "Shape of You" first showed at number one on the ALL OF US Billboard Hot 100, whilst "Castle on the Hill" joined at number six; this particular made Sheeran the first performer ever to have two tracks simultaneously debut in the US top ten.