Jamie Lawson has released his latest single, ‘Fall Into Me’, ahead of his mammoth suppport slot touring with Ed Sheeran around Ireland and the UK. The tour will take in 46 dates, including dates in Cork, Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow, and London, First concert is on May 4 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork, Ireland.
The English singer songwriter, who is signed to Sheeran’s label Gingerbread Man Records, released his album, ‘Happy Accidents’, in September last year. ‘Fall Into Me’ is the second release from the album, following ‘Can’t See Straight’.
‘Fall Into Me’ is a pop-rock love song, guitar led and laid back. Lawson’s sound will appeal to fans of Ed Sheeran and is the perfect choice as a support act. Speaking about the tour, as well as having the opportunity to perform ‘Fall Into Me’, Jamie said:
“It’s with continued respect and amazement that I see Ed Sheeran play to bigger and bigger audiences, it’s pretty remarkable what he’s achieving. I’m very excited that I get to be a part of that journey again by opening for him on his stadium tour in Ireland, UK and Europe. I’ll be bringing the band with me too which means I’ll get to play the new single ‘Fall Into Me’ in all its glory! I’ll see those of you with tickets very soon. I can’t wait.”