Jamie Lawson is the fourth studio album by British singer-songwriter Jamie Lawson. It is also the first album to be released on Ed Sheeran's record label Gingerbread Man Records. The release of the album was pushed back by one week to 16 October 2015. The album debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart, beating Sheeran's album x to the top spot.
As a songwriter, Lawson sticks firmly to his core business of romantic love, outlined in simple but effective coinages such as, This heart is still mine, which means it’s still yours, sharp as Cupid’s arrows. But the sentiments are over-egged in places by triumphalist orchestrations, which bruise the intimacy of his guitar fingerpicking. Independent culture newsletter. The best in film, music, TV & radio straight to your inbox.
Ed Sheeran protege Jamie Lawson talks to Billboard about being the pop star's inaugural Gingerbread Man Records signee - and why he just can't hang when it comes to partying with him. Name: Jamie Lawson from Plymouth, England. Singer-songwriter Lawson, 39, released his debut album in 2003 after starting out in a cover band in high school. But he didn’t land his first real success until 2011, when moving folk-pop single Wasn’t Expecting That found some radio play in Ireland. Ed Sheeran heard Lawson’s hit that same year and was blown away.
The album artwork from Jamie Lawson's 2015 self-titled album. Purpose of use in article (WP:NFCC.to serve as the primary means of visual identification at the top of the article dedicated to the work in question.
|1||Wasn't Expecting That|
|2||Ahead Of Myself|
|3||Cold In Ohio|
|4||Someone For Everyone|
|5||The Only Conclusion|