Lawson Say New Single 'Taking Over Me' Focuses On "The Other Side Of Love" - Audio

6 August 2012, 08:45

The band say their brand new single is about the opposite side of love to debut track 'When She Was Mine'.

Lawson have described their new single 'Taking Over Me' as exploring the complete flip side of love compared to their debut hit 'When She Was Mine'.

The four-piece band's brand new track was released this Sunday (5th July) and debuted at number four on the Vodafone Big Top 40.

The group say the song is more about the positive side to the start of a relationship, as opposed to the heartbreak the follows after a break-up.

"It's kind of the other side of love [to 'When She Was Mine']," drummer Adam Pitts revealed to Capital FM this week. "It's the falling in love straight away.

"[It's] all of the first times of everything and when it's all good," he explained, before adding: "Before you get dumped and heartbroken!"

Lawson's debut 'When She Was Mine' was penned by singer Andy Brown about his break-up with The Saturdays star Mollie King, and made a big impression on the Vodafone Big Top 40 back in May.

Check out a picture of Lawson posing outside the London 2012 Olympic Games Olympic Stadium in London below (Credit: Twitter):

Andy, Adam, Ryan Fletcher and Joel Peat filming the music video for 'Taking Over Me' over in the Los Angeles desert, and gave fans an exclusive look behind the scenes on filming the video last week.

Listen to Lawson talking about how 'Taking Over Me' is different to their first single 'When She Was Mine' below:

Lawson on 'Taking Over Me' being different to their first single...