Take a look behind the scenes on the fiery set of Lawson's video for their latest single from 'Chapman Square'.
Lawson Unveil 'Learn To Love Again' Behind The Scenes Clip - Video
The 'Taking Over Me' stars show fans around the set of their latest video from 'Chapman Square'.
The 'When She Was Mine' four-piece unveiled their fire-themed video for the song at the end of 2012, and are seen discussing the meaning of the track and rehearsing their moves in the newly unveiled teaser.
Filmed in The Old Vic Tunnels, 'Learn To Love Again' sees the band performing in a dark dungeon-style room in front of a host of energetic dancers and fire-breathers, and follows the band's previous singles 'When She Was Mine', 'Taking Over Me' and 'Standing In The Dark' .
Lawson drummer Adam Pitts is also featured in the behind the scenes clip discussing how far the band have come over the past twelve months, while bassist Ryan Fletcher shows fans around the filming set of 'Learn To Love Again'.
Reports emerged earlier this month that Lawson might be preparing to collaborate with Justin Bieber , after singer Andy Brown tweeted to say they were in the studio with the pop star, however the band later confirmed it had simply been a happy coincidence.
Andy, Ryan, Adam and guitarist Joel Peat are now preparing to head over to the US ready for a three-date tour across New York, Los Angeles and Toronto, Canada, starting with a show at the Los Angeles Troubadour on 24th January.
Lawson will then return to the UK to kick off their 'Chapman Square' tour across 17 dates starting at the Manchester Academy on 22nd February.
Watch behind the scenes on Lawson's music video for 'Learn To Love Again' below:
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