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22 June 2012, 13:57
The 'When She Was Mine' singer wanted to write a song about the exciting start of a new relationship.
Lawson singer Andy Brown has described the band's second single 'Taking Over Me' as an "uplifting" track about the optimistic start of a new relationship.
He says it was important for the band to have a song on their highly anticipated debut album that was more positive, after previously confirming that Lawson's previous single 'When She Was Mine' was written about his break-up with The Saturdays star Mollie King.
"I felt it was important we had a song on there about the good times as well as the sad," Andy told The Sun this week.
"It's an uplifting song about those first moments of a relationship," Andy also explained to the Daily Star. "I hope it will go down great at all the festivals we are set to play over the summer."
View a picture of Lawson backstage at the Summertime Ball 2012 below (Credit: Ryan Phillips):
Last week Andy tweeted a picture of himself and Take That star Gary Barlow in a recording studio, after confirming they were writing new music together, and described the experience as "incredible" and The X Factor UK judge as one of his idols.
Lawson released their debut single 'When She Was Mine' last month, as well as performing the track at Capital's Summertime Ball two weeks ago, and will launch 'Taking Over Me' as their next release on 29th July.