Lawson Unveil 2013 UK Headline Tour

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Since the release of their début single ‘When She Was Mine’ back in May, Lawson have sold over 300,000 singles and are without doubt one of the biggest breakthrough pop acts of 2012.

Now they announce the fourth single to be taken from their Top 5 debut album Chapman Square is ‘Learn To Love Again’.

There’s no sign of slowing down for Lawson who performed on Alan Carr Chatty Man on Friday night & alongside Ronan Keating at his Emerald and Ivy Ball at the weekend. Coming up, the guys will be at the Jingle Bell Ball this weekend  & lead singer Andy Brown will be hoping to secure the Christmas number one as he features as part of The Justice Collective track “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” alongside Sir Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams and many more. With plans for shows in Europe, the US, Canada, and South East Asia, 2013 looks set to be another exciting year for Lawson.

Lawson are playing:

21-Feb-13          Manchester         Academy
22-Feb-13        Manchester        Academy
23-Feb-13        Newcastle        O2 Academy
25-Feb-13        Glasgow        O2 ABC
26-Feb-13        Leeds        O2 Academy
27-Feb-13        Sheffield        O2 Academy
1-Mar-13        London        Shepherds Bush Empire
5-Mar-13        Bristol        O2 Academy
6-Mar-13        Nottingham        Rock City
7-Mar-13        Bournemouth        O2 Academy
9-Mar-13        Norwich        UEA
10-Mar-13        Cambridge        Corn Exchange
12-Mar-13        Brighton        Dome
13-Mar-13        Birmingham        HMV Institute
15-Mar-13        Cardiff        Great Hall
16-Mar-13        Oxford        O2 Academy
22-Mar-13        Belfast        Mandela Hall

 

Watch ‘Learn To Love Again’ performed live at London’s Koko:

 

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