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7 November 2012, 06:00
It's been announced that Big Top 40 stars Lawson will play the UEA in Norwich next year.
The band have had huge chart success with When She Was Mine (No.4), Taking Over Me (No.3) and Standing In The Dark reaching (No.6) and now a Top Five debut album with 'Chapman Square'.
Now they've announced they'll tour the new album and come to the UEA in Norwich on 9th March.
Tickets for the gig go on sale on Friday (9th November).
Frontman Andy Brown says:
"We're absolutely delighted to be announcing our next tour. It's our biggest yet by a mile and announcing it is a great way to cap off what has been an amazing year for us. If you'd told us twelve months ago that we'd finish off 2012 with 3 top 10 singles, a top 5 album and now a 4th headline tour on the way, we'd have called you crazy. It's all down to everyone who's been out and bought the records and we're really grateful."
Drummer Adam Pitts added: "We're most at home when we're rocking out on stage and we can't wait to put on an awesome show for everyone."