Ed Sheeran drops video for “Blow” featuring Bruno Mars, Chris Stapleton

    Watch an all-female rock band rip through the song.

    Ed Sheeran
    Ed Sheeran. Image: Mark Surridge / Atlantic Records

    The video for “Blow,” Ed Sheeran’s new single featuring Bruno Mars and Chris Stapleton, has arrived.

    In the clip—which Mars directed—the three male musicians are nowhere to be found. Instead, a badass all-female band tear through the classic rock-indebted track at a dingy bar called The Viper Lounge, summoning Led Zeppelin-esque sensuality with Rage Against the Machine-sized riffs.

    “Blow,” a cut from Sheeran’s new record No. 6 Collaborations Project, arrived last week with another track, “Best Part of Me.” The latter song is a beautiful duet with Yebba, the Arkansas singer you might recall from her scene-stealing vocal contributions to Mark Ronson’s latest album.

    “I loved making both records,” Sheeran said in a press statement. “Yebba is phenomenal, she’s onto massive things. Bruno, Chris and I had a lot of fun recording. Play them loud, tell your mates, enjoy.”

    No. 6 Collaborations Project will also include the previously released tracks “Beautiful People” featuring Khalid, “Cross Me” with Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock, and “I Don’t Care” featuring Justin Bieber. The album arrives this Friday.

    Watch the video for “Blow” here:

    And stream “Best Part of Me” below: