New band Lawson have released a clip of their next single 'Taking Over Me', set to be released on July 29.
The track follows their success with debut single 'When She Was Mine', which hit No.4 in the charts back in May. The band are back with yet another 'rocky ballad', talking about falling in love - and is a definite fan favourite amongst their ever-growing army of admirers.
Frontman Andy Brown said of the track: "Taking Over Me was one of the last songs we wrote for the album and it came out of a jamming session I was having one day in LA with our producer John Shanks. It's an uplifting song about those first moments of a relationship and it's a song which I hope will go down great at all of the festivals we are set to play over the Summer."
"The vast majority of the songs on the album are about heartbreak, and which I wrote after my relationship ended but I felt it was important that we had a song on there about the good times as well as the sad. Taking Over Me is that song."
The track's definitely going to be a summer smash!
Have a listen to the 'Taking Over Me' clip below:
Meanwhile, the cute four-piece have also been busy in the studio writing with the music legend that is Mr. Gary Barlow - it's been revealed. Not bad for a band that have only just scored their first top 10 hit, eh?
Although the 'When She Was Mine' singers have only been catapulted into the limelight recently, following their huge tour with pals The Wanted, it appears that the boys' are already 'in there' and making lots of new showbiz pals.
"It's an amazing feeling to work with one of you idols," Andy told the Daily Star this week.
"To write with Gary was incredible."
"What a day writing with @GBarlowOfficial #TrueGent… was a pleasure writing with you," Andy previously tweeted last weekend.
We can't wait!
Lawson say 'fans have made their dreams come true'