British band Lawson have revealed that the fourth single to be lifted from their debut album Chapman Square will be ‘Learn To Love Again’.
The track follows ‘When She Was Mine, ‘Taking Over Me’ and ‘Standing In The Dark’ which all charted in the UK Top 10 on their release and sees the four piece teaming up with the brains behind some of the greatest pop singles of the last twenty years.
Between them, Swedish song-writing producers Carl Falk and Rami Yacoub have helmed dozens of smash hits (think Backstreet Boys’ ‘Get Another Boyfriend’ and ‘Drowning’, Britney’s ‘Baby One More Time’, One Direction’s ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ and Nicki Minaj’s ‘Starships’) and the anthemic ‘Learn To Love Again’ could quite easily be the single to cement Lawson as the UK’s most talented group that features four good looking young men. They’re not keen on being labelled a boyband.
This is one of my favourites from a stellar debut record which peaked at #4 on the UK album chart. Check out my ‘Chapman Square’ review here and enjoy this video of the lads performing the song in association with VEVO at London’s Koko last month.