Lawson: "New Album 'Chapman Square' Is Inspired By Heartbreak" - Video

20 October 2012, 08:49

Andy, Adam, Ryan and Joel chat to Capital FM ahead of the release of their debut album on Monday.

Lawson have said their new album 'Chapman Square' is about "falling out of love" and revealed their favourite songs from the record.

The group's debut album is released on Monday (22nd October) and includes their singles 'Standing In The Dark' and 'When She Was Mine'.

Speaking to Capital FM ahead of the album's release, singer Andy Brown said the album's theme was "mostly heartbreak".

He continued: "Mostly falling out of love [and] getting your heart broken. That's just so relatable. The likes of Snow Patrol, Adele, The Script do it so well. I think that's what we like to pride ourselves on."

Andy has already admitted that at least two of the tracks, including recent single 'Standing In The Dark', were inspired by his split from The Saturdays' singer Mollie King.

Lawson talk to Capital FM about their favourite songs on 'Chapman Square':

Discussing their favourite songs on the album, Ryan Fletcher said: "It's so hard to pick a favourite, but I think 'Standing In The Dark' stands out for all of us. It's such a big song live and represents all of us."

Joel Peat said: "There's a song on there called 'Stolen', which I really love at the minute. I'm really happy for people to hear that recorded."

Adam Pitts said: "I think one of my favourite tracks on the album is a song called 'Gone'."

Andy said: "I like 'Gone', it was one the favourites to record that."

You can pre-order Lawson's debut album 'Chapman Square' now ahead of its release.