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29 January 2013, 12:31
The 'Learn To Love Again' band now say they are looking forward to touring the whole of America.
Lawson have described their tour show in New York City this week as "life changing" and admitted they can't wait to tour across the whole of America in the future.
The 'Standing In The Dark' four-piece played New York's Bowery Ballroom yesterday (28th January) to a sold out audience and admitted they were left "speechless" after the concert.
"I can't tell you how much I loved that, I'm genuinely speechless," guitarist Joel Peat tweeted. "Can't wait to see every part of America! Thanks if you travelled, we love you!
"Can't wait to tour over America. NYC was amazing tonight," singer Andy Brown posted, while bassist Ryan Fletcher wrote: "New York… That was insane. Life changing show!"
Lawson drummer Adam Pitts also tweeted about their performance where he described the band's New York concert as a "dream come true".
At the start of January the 'Taking Over Me' band posted several heartfelt message on Twitter to their fans thanking them for an incredible year which they described as the best of their lives.
Check out a picture of Lawson performing live in New York City this week below (Credit: Twitter):
Earlier this month Lawson also performed at La Troubadour in Los Angeles, and received a good luck message from good friends The Wanted before flying out stateside.
Lawson bring their short North American tour, in support of their debut album 'Chapman Square', to a close at the Mod Club in Toronto, Canada this Saturday (2nd February).