This song was released on Ed Sheeran's special edition of Multiply - x (Wembley Edition). I'm not sure why the track didn't make the original album, because it sounds just like old school Ed. I love it - check it out!
Heading even further back to a time of guitar solos and fade outs, we have Uncle Remus by Frank Zappa
The song was written to send a message against racism. Specifically, racism towards African Americans in the 70s. I don't know much about Frank Zappa, but he's an incredible composer. This is a rabbit hole worth diving into.
Lastly, we have a little something from present day - Stampede by Alexander Jean