Lawson reveal name of debut album

The band's first record will be released in October

Lawson's debut album will be called Chapman square, after the London place where the band used to meet up to write songs and jam together.

Their first effort will be released on October 22nd and contains their singles When She Was Mine and Taking Over Me.

'Chapman Square is a very important place for us' said lead singer Andy Brown.
'It may sound strange to you guys, but it's basically where we first met as a band, first did our rehearsals, first did our writing sessions together' continues Brown 'It was also where I used to live, (when I was ) in a very important relationship which is outlined on the album and some of our previous singles, so it's a very important place.'

Lawson have also revealed that this Autumn they will play their home cities of Liverpool, Brighton, Nottingham and Chesterfield as part of their 'Home Town' tour.

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