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|Single from the album +|
|Released||11 November, 2011|
|Genre||Folk, pop rock, soul|
|Label||Warner Music Group|
|Writer(s)||Ed Sheeran, Jake Gosling, Chris Leonard|
|Ed Sheeran's Single Chronology|
You Need Me, I Don't Need You
| This Single|
According to the sheet music published by Jordan James EMI Music Publishing, "Lego House" is written in the key of B major; Sheeran's vocals range from the note of Bb3 to G5. Instrumentation is provided by guitar, piano and vocals. "Lego House" interpolates genres indie folk, pop rock and soul music.
The video for "Lego House" was filmed at the Forum, University of Hertfordshire. It stars actor Rupert Grint. It was released on 20 October 2011 on Sheeran's YouTube channel.
The video's narrative at first portrays Grint as Sheeran, performing such activities as writing lyrics for the song on a pad of paper, lounging in his tour bus, and ultimately taking the stage for a cheering crowd. However, after Grint takes the stage and is immediately tackled by security, it is slowly revealed that Grint is actually a doppelganger of Sheeran and an obsessive fan, and that the events of the video were actually him stalking the real Ed Sheeran with increasing severity and mental instability (writing the song was actually transcribing the lyrics from the album cover, and lounging in the bus was him breaking into it), ending with Sheeran and Grint meeting as Grint is forcibly removed from a music venue and Sheeran comes out of an elevator.
A "Lego-fied" version of the original music video for "Lego House" was released on April 11, 2013 on The Warner Sound's YouTube channel.The video is a shot for shot recreation in LEGO bricks, directed by Dylan Woodley. The music video also got nominated for 2013 MTV Video Music Awards for Best Male Video before losing out to Bruno Mars' "Locked Out of Heaven".
|Charts (2011-13)|| Peak|
|Canada (Canadian Hot 100)||54|
|Germany (Media Control AG)||51|
|Netherlands (Mega Single Top 100)||12|
|New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)||5|
|Scotland (Official Charts Company)||6|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||5|
|US Billboard Hot 100||42|
|US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)||20|
|US Rock Songs (Billboard)||6|
|US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)||10|
|US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)||26|