Lawson wowed fans in London last night (06.11.12) with a set packed with tracks from their debut album, 'Chapman Square'.
Lawson wowed fans in London last night (06.11.12).
The 'When She Was Mine' group took to the stage at the city's Koko venue, where they were greeted by a screaming audience of 2,000, to play a set packed with tracks from recent debut, 'Chapman Square'.
The band opened with 'Learn to Love Again' and included hits such as 'The Girl I Knew', 'Taking Over Me' and 'Gone'.
At one point in their set, a huge bra was thrown on stage, which bass player Ryan Fletcher picked up and showed to the crowd with a puzzled look and a laugh.
The group - which also includes Andy Brown, Joel Peat and
Adam Pitts - also included a couple of surprise covers in their set, peforming Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call me Maybe' and Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream'.
The band were also joined by violins and a cello player for the last song of the night, 'Standing in the Dark'.
They later tweeted: ''Standing In The Dark to finish the #LawsonHometownsTour. Strings, lights, disco ball and the whole venue on backing vox (sic)
''London! That was amazing! You guys #MadeTHISHappen (sic).''