Ed Sheeran and Calum Scott have struck up a bromance on tour.

Calum. 35, is supporting Ed, 32, on his 'Mathematics' world tour, which includes stops in Japan, Thailand and Singapore, and Calum revealed the pair plan to try out new cuisines and play XBox together during their time on the road.

He told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "Ed came to see me before the first show.

“We just sat chatting about normal stuff.

“We will have a lot more time on the tour and he is a big foodie like me, so we are going to try and get out for dinner at some point.

"I’ve brought my XBox too so we can shoot some bad guys on 'Call Of Duty'.”

Meanwhile Passage West singer-songwriter Cian Ducrot recently revealed how Ed helped him to "chill" about his sudden rise to fame.

Speaking to virginradio.co.uk, Cian, who supported Ed on his last tour, said: "The biggest thing I learned from him is his ability to just be so chill.

"He can kind of manage to do anything up until the moment he’s going on stage.

"We would hang out up until like two minutes before he walked on stage, and I’ve never experienced [anything] like that before. Something I’ve definitely tried to immediately adapt is to be able to kind of, be wherever, do whatever, and you know, not be stressing too much before going on stage.

"A lot of people have rituals and all this stuff, and in the end, I feel like rituals tend to just stress you out. If you don’t do them, you’re like, ‘I haven’t done my rituals'."