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17 October 2012, 12:25 | Updated: 17 October 2012, 12:27
The 'Standing In The Dark' band say they were blown away by Ed's concert at the Hammersmith Apollo.
The Wanted and Lawson watched Ed Sheeran performing in London last night and later said the 'Lego House' star had blew them away with his live show.
'The A Team' singer Ed has performed a string of shows at the Hammersmith Apollo this week after returning from America recently, and 'Glad You Came' singer Tom Parker joined 'Taking Over Me' four-piece Lawson to watch the 21 year-old live in concert.
"Blew me away tonight @edsheeran," Tom tweeted after the gig, while Lawson guitarist posted: "Nothing makes me happier than hearing a sold out Hammersmith Apollo singing along to @edsheeran #RealMusic."
Lawson singer Andy Brown also posted about the gig yesterday (16th October), as well as revealing the band had been hanging out with 'Drunk' singer Ed ahead of his Apollo performance.
"Chilling out with ed backstage to watch him perform in front of 5000 unbelievable! #Inspiration," Andy tweeted, after posting: "Having a strum on @edsheeran guitar before he went on tonight. What a legend!"
Check out a picture of Andy having a play on Ed Sheeran's guitar yesterday below (Credit: Twittter):
Andy added: "Ed Sheeran f*****g amazing. Only way I can describe it."
Ed also thanked fans for turning out to the gig, ahead of his next performance there later today (17th October).
Check out a picture of Ed Sheeran performing live at the Hammer Smith Apollo in London below:
"Hammersmith #4 you were amazing!" Ed wrote. "I had an early night, long day of promo, looking forward to #5 tomorrow!!"
Lawson are preparing to launch their debut album 'Chapman Square' later this month while The Wanted released their 'I Found You' music video this week.