The 'Chapman Square' singers performed hits from their debut album at London's O2. See their Jingle Bell Ball journey here.
Lawson Celebrate Drummer Adam Pitts' Birthday With Amelia Lily And Tom Daley
The 'Standing In The Dark' four-piece all celebrated Adam's birthday with a night out in London.
Team GB star Tom Daley and pop singer Amelia Lily were among the stars who helped Lawson drummer Adam Pitts celebrate his birthday this week with a night out in London.
The 'When She Was Mine' star opted to celebrate turning 22 early last night (17th December), with his actual birthday falling on Christmas Eve next week (24th December).
"Mahiki tonight with everyone for @LawsonAdam birthday!" Ryan Fletcher tweeted on Monday evening ahead of the celebration. "Even an appearance from my bro @leemarkfletcher!"
"Looking forward to some early birthday celebrations tonight!" Adam himself tweeted yesterday evening.
The group were joined for the birthday celebrations by British diver Tom Daley, who opted for a black t-shirt, smart trousers and a black jacket for his night out.
'You Bring Me Joy' singer Amelia Lily was also out celebrating at Mahiki and wore a slashed t-shirt style dress paired with leather boots and a leather jacket.
Check out a picture of Andy Brown from Lawson out clubbing in London this week below (Credit: Goff):
The UK band are set to head over to America next month for a series of US shows stateside, starting with a performance at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on 24th January.
Lawson are currently preparing for the unveiling of their music video for new single 'Learn To Love Again', which is due to be officially released on 3rd February.
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