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1 June 2012, 14:59
The four-piece band admit they are "gutted" their tour is now over and vow to hit the road again soon.
Lawson wrapped their headline UK tour last night in Birmingham and described their final concert as an "awesome end".
The 'When She Was Mine' singers took to the stage at the Temple Institute and gave admitted they are "gutted" the tour is over.
"Thank you to everyone who brought a ticket and sold out this tour!" drummer Adam Pitts tweeted yesterday (31st May). "It has been the best 2 weeks ever. Can't wait to see you all soon!
"Amaaazing gig Birmingham! Tour is officially over! :(," singer Andy Brown also posted, while bassist Ryan Fletcher said: "On the way home from our last show of our headline tour, turn on the radio for a chill… When she was miiiine yeaaaah! Never gets old :).
"Birmingham was so good last night, absolutely gutted the tour is over!" guitarist Joel Peat added today (1st June). "We'll be back to see all of you soon!"
The four-piece band launched their debut single 'When She Was Mine' last Sunday (27th May) and made it into the top ten on the Vodafone Big Top 40 after less than a day of release.
Over the course of this week Lawson have performed a special free concert at London's Westfield Shepherd's Bush as well as a sold-out performance at Kings College London.
Lawson have also been announced for the line-up of the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2012, and will take to the stage at Wembley Stadium next Saturday (9th June).