1 June 2013, 08:59
The 'Carry You' stars are working with a number of songwriters, including the singer from Lawson.
Union J have revealed that Lawson singer Andy Brown is writing some new music for them towards their debut studio album.
The X Factor UK 2012 stars release their first single 'Carry You' this weekend and are expected to arrive with their debut record later this year some time.
Band member JJ Hamblett, Josh Cuthbert, Jaymi Hensley and George Shelley say they are excited to be working with some of the best songwriters around right now, including 'Taking Over Me' singer Andy from Lawson.
"Andy [Brown] is writing songs with us in mind," Josh revealed to the Daily Star this week. "That's brilliant, we really wanted a younger viewpoint.
"Obviously we're honoured that the likes of Steve Mac and Wayne Hector want to work with us as well," he added. "But it's good to have a mix.
Lawson have seen huge success over the past year with the release of their debut album 'Chapman Square' as well as hit singles like 'Standing In The Dark' and 'Learn To Love Again'.
Check out a picture of 'Brokenhearted' four-piece Lawson below:
Union J also explained they are incredibly hard-working and make sure they support each other "like brothers" while out on the road promoting their music.
"We're working the hardest we ever have in our lives as we really want Union J to work," JJ added. "It's a partnership, we're like brothers."
Union J release new song 'Carry You' this Sunday (2nd June) before going on to play at Wembley Stadium next weekend (9th June) for the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013.