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4 February 2013, 14:02
The 'Learn To Love Again' stars say they can't wait to hit the road again next month.
Lawson have expressed their gratitude to fans following a successful debut US tour.
The 'When She Was Mine' singers returned to the UK this weekend following a series of sold-out dates across the pond and said they were grateful for having such "amazing" fans.
"Feels nice to be back on home turf! Missed you uk lot!!! Cant wait to see you on tour!," tweeted drummer Adam Pitts, before adding: "Back in the UK. Thanks to our amazing team and amazing fans for making the last few weeks life changing!"
There was equal praise from frontman Andy Brown who admitted it was great to be heading back to the UK, admitting he had ticked off some of his biggest life goals on the trip.
He said: "Looking forward to getting back to the UK. #HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs thank you LA, NYC and Toronto for ticking a large box in my life goals."
After headlining their first date in New York, the band called the experience "life changing" and received praise from such stars as The Wanted.
Lawson will now prepare for their 'Chapman Square' UK tour, which kicks off later this month in Manchester before concluding at the end of March.
Lawson's new single 'Learn To Love Again' is available to download now.