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4 May 2012, 11:34
The 'When She Was Mine' band delights hundreds of fans at the iconic station.
Lawson played a small acoustic gig at the iconic King's Cross St Pancras train station in London last night (4th May).
Hundreds of fans swamped the concourse to watch the free gig, which saw Lawson perform their single 'When She Was Mine'.
Speaking to Capital FM after their performance, Andy said it was "surreal" to perform at such a famous location.
"Honestly it was madness. We only expected a few people to come down and when we were performing everyone was singing along. It was mayhem in King's Cross station," he said.
Asked what it felt like to have so many fans turn up, Andy replied: "It's madness. I'm just looking back now and there's like a sea of girls – it's not too bad, I could definitely get used to it – and to be honest, I don't know how we're going to get through them all. We could be here until midnight."
Meanwhile, Lawson are set to embark on a major headline tour later this month.
Listen to Lawson speaking to our Showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes below: