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5 February 2013, 11:03
The 'When She Was Mine' stars say they would love to have a huge female solo artist on a record with them.
Lawson have confessed that they would love the chance to work with a US female star such as Taylor Swift or Katy Perry.
The group recently finished a sold-out short tour of the US and Canada and praised the way America creates collaborations.
"We'd love to get a girl on one of our tracks and get their point of view," explained drummer Adam Pitts to The Sun. "In America, they do that so well — duets. We'd love to have Taylor or Katy Perry."
Backstage at the Jingle Bell Ball 2012, Joel Peat revealed to Capital how the country singer had greeted the group and praised their hit 'Standing In The Dark'.
The guitarist said the female star told them to release the song in America as it would go down really well.
Meanwhile, Lawson are currently preparing to head back out on the road later this month as they bring their 'Chapman Square' outing across the UK.
The 'Taking Over Me' band are also on the line-up for the Isle Of Wight Festival 2013 alongside the likes of Paul Weller, Bon Jovi and The Killers.