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13 May 2013, 09:02
The 'Learn To Love Again' four-piece have teamed up with the 'So Good' rapper for their new song.
Lawson have announced the release of a brand new song featuring US rapper and singer B.o.B.
The 'Taking Over Me' four-piece will launch 'Brokenhearted' as their new single later this summer, and have described the song as a "turning point" for the band.
"'Brokenhearted' is definitely a bit of a turning point for us as a band," singer Andy Brown said of the band's new single. "It's my favourite song we have recorded to date.
"It was a dream to get B.o.B on the track," he continued. "The whole band are huge fans of his.
"He really took the song to the next level and we had a great time shooting the video with him."
Lawson filmed the music video for 'Brokenhearted' out in the Hollywood Hills in California last week, and told fans they "can't wait" for them to see it.
View a newly released promo image of Lawson together with B.o.B. below:
The release of 'Brokenhearted' follows Lawson's huge success in 2012 with their debut album 'Chapman Square' and a string of hit singles including 'When She Was Mine' and 'Standing In The Dark'.
Lawson will release their new single 'Brokenhearted' featuring B.o.B on 7th July, and the song can be pre-ordered on iTunes from 15th May
Lawson are also set to perform live at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 this summer on 9th June at Wembley Stadium.