VIDEO: Full version of Ed Sheeran and Snow Patrol performing 'Chasing Cars' at a wedding
Bríd and Sandy had quite the wedding.
Aaron Hughes, the lead singer of wedding band Rubix, has got in touch with JOE to give us the full story behind the performance of Ed Sheeran and Snow Patrol at the wedding of Johnny McDaid's sister Bríd last weekend.
Johnny, of course, is the guitarist/pianist with Snow Patrol.
"We were informed that Johnny McDaid & Ed Sheeran would be singing the first dance song," Aaron tells us.
"We got the guys guitars ready and checked and while fixing some cables on the stage got a tap on the back. I turned around and there was Johnny and Ed, after a quick meet and greet we got the lads set up before they asked the bride and groom to the floor for their first dance.
"After which they called the other Snow Patrol lads to the stage to perform Chasing Cars together.
"They needed a bass player and guitar player so our guys joined them for it and a cover of Superstition. Our guys being big fans of both Ed and Snow Patrol were chuffed.
"After that Rubix took over while Ed & Snow Patrol took to the dance floor. I got to drop the line "Special thanks to Ed Sheeran and Snow Patrol for supporting us here today". It was a bizarre and very enjoyable night."
Here it is...