Lawson have today announced details of their Everywhere We Go Tour which will begin on the 30th September and take in fourteen shows across the UK including Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and London's Roundhouse venue on October 12th. Lawson's fifth headline tour will see them play to their biggest audiences yet. The tour will also include the postponed Belfast Ulster Hall show from earlier this year.
On the tour lead singer Andy Brown said,
"When the band first started, we always wanted to tour all over the world. Now we've been to America, Asia, Australia, Europe and it's just getting bigger and better. But there's no better feeling than playing a tour at home in the UK."
Lawson will be playing a number of shows over the summer including the Capital FM Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium, Isle Of Wight Festival, T In The Park, Hard Rock Calling Festival and many more.
Not only are the band incredibly busy on the live circuit they will be releasing their brand new single 'Brokenhearted' which features US singer-songwriter/rapper B.o.B. The track, which was written by singer Andy and recorded in London, will be released in the UK on July 7th.
Lawson released their debut album 'Chapman Square' in October 2012, with it going straight in to the top 5 in the Official Album Chart and quickly achieving Gold status. The band have had three top 10 singles, selling over half a million singles in the UK and sold out four UK tours, culminating in their biggest solo UK show to date at the Shepherds Bush Empire in March 2013. The band have also sold out a number of shows in the US including venues in New York and Los Angeles.
Andy Brown also scored a Christmas Number One with his involvement in the Justice Collective's version of 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother'. The song raised money for various charities associated with the Hillsborough disaster and Andy performed with the likes of Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams and Melanie Chisholm
'Brokenhearted' is available to pre order now.
Everywhere We Go Full Tour Dates:
30th September - Doncaster Dome
1st October - Bristol Colston Hall
2nd October - Leicester De Montfort Hall
4th October - Brighton Centre
5th October - EchoTwo @ Echo Arena Liverpool
8th October - Newcastle City Hall
9th October - O2 Academy Glasgow
11th October - Bournemouth BIC Solent Hall
12th October - London Roundhouse
14th October - Plymouth Pavilions
15th October - O2 Academy Birmingham
16th October - O2 Apollo Manchester
18th October - Dublin Olympia
20th October - Belfast Ulster Hall - tickets valid from postponed show