Following the release of three new singles earlier this year since their reunion back in April, English pop group Lawson are back with another new track, ‘Four Letters’ along with the announcement of their upcoming virtual concert.

Pop rock band Lawson have shared their latest single titled ‘Four Letters’, a heartfelt anthem about dealing with a lost love. The new track follows the group’s three recent singles released earlier this year – ‘Lovers’, ‘Animals’, and ‘She Don’t Even Know’.

On the new track singer Andy Brown said,

“Four letters is a song about Lost Love, an anthemic, lead guitar driven pop track showcasing heartfelt lyrics and emotional melodies.”

That’s not the only good news for fans, as the band have also just announced a virtual concert which will go live at 3am (GMT +8) next Monday, September 7. The ten-track virtual concert will feature both classic hits and new songs as well as a live group Q&A session after the show.

The livestream will feature fantastic stage production by the band to ensure fans get the most out of the show possible.

There will also be exclusive merch available during the show including limited edition T-shirts, exclusive signed CDs, and meet and greet session with the band. The whole experience will be available online for 24 hours after the end of the livestream for all ticket holders. Tickets are available here.

Apart from the string of poppy hits, the group have also released their tongue-in-cheek documentary ‘Lawson – Where Are They Now?’. A playful parody of the music documentary, the video featured guests including Robbie Williams, Rick Astley and Radio 1’s Scott Mills.