Ivor Novello Award winning musician Jamie Lawson releases his new album HAPPY ACCIDENTS, on 29th September via Ed Sheeran’s label Gingerbread Man Records.
He has also unveiled the first track from the record, the immediate and irresistible ‘Can’t See Straight’, written with Ed Sheeran and Johnny McDaid (Snow Patrol).
HAPPY ACCIDENTS saw Jamie record in the prestigious Sunset Sound Studios in LA with producer Joe Chiccarelli, as well as keyboard player Roger Manning Jr (Beck) and drummer Matt Chamberlain (Fiona Apple, Tori Amos) to produce the best work of his career thus far.
Jamie had to say about the record: “Sunset Sound Studios - LA. I have to admit, for the first two weeks I was a little intimidated by the place. Why was I, a Plymouth born St Budeaux boy, in sunny Los Angeles working with Joe Chiccarelli as my producer, with Roger Manning Jnr and Matt Chamberlain as part of my band, recording at one of the most legendary studios on the planet? I still don’t know, but I’ll be forever grateful.”
Lawson was the first signee to Ed Sheeran’s own label Gingerbread Man Records, releasing his UK #1, self-titled album to much critical acclaim. To round off his incredible success, Jamie was awarded the prestigious Ivor Novello Award for Best Song (‘Wasn't Expecting That’) in 2016. He has, to date, had 110 million Spotify streams, over 28 million YouTube views, and has sold over a million copies of ‘Wasn’t Expecting That’.
Pre-order HAPPY ACCIDENTS here: https://WMNZ.lnk.to/JL-HappyAccidentsPR