13 Songs, 47 Minutes


Ed Sheeran’s protégé crafts a warm, laidback fifth album.


Ed Sheeran’s protégé crafts a warm, laidback fifth album.


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
10 Ratings
10 Ratings

So. Much. Talent!

Love Jamie Lawson's music! So happy to add this album to my music collection. His animated music vid & song called "Wasn't Expecting That" from 2011 totally tugged at my heartstrings 🙈 and I was hooked on his music ever since! I love this album so much already.. thank you for the new music!!! 🎶💘


Nailed it again

While I didn’t enjoy this album quite as much as his Debut Album off of Ginger Bread Records, I did very much enjoy this. She’s reading Helena and Miracle I’d Love are amazing. Congratulations, Jamie!


I have to go with the other reviewer

"Can't See Straight"... this song is super good... but they could of added the "Acoustic Version", of Jamie and Ed playing and singing this song as a extra song. For now I only bought that song. I will go listen on Spotify for the rest of the Album to see what other songs are great :) Great Job #Jamie

About Jamie Lawson

A seasoned performer on the Irish music scene, acoustic singer/songwriter Jamie Lawson eventually found fame when one of his tracks became an overnight YouTube sensation. Born and raised in Plymouth, England, Lawson picked up the guitar at age eight and, influenced by Crowded House, R.E.M., and Leonard Cohen, began his musical career in a covers band while still in school. He discovered his voice at age 17, and spent the next few years performing across the Irish club circuit with the likes of Gemma Hayes, Glen Hansard, and Tom Baxter. He released his debut album, Last Night Stars, on his own Allotment Recordings label in 2003, though it wasn't until his second album seven years later that he would find greater success. The Pull of the Moon was released in 2010, but it took off the following year when the YouTube video of one of its tracks, "Wasn't Expecting That," was played on The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show on Today FM, Ireland's biggest station. The song became the station's most requested track, and launched his chart career in his adopted homeland. In 2015, Lawson became the first act signed to Ed Sheeran's Warner Bros. imprint Gingerbread Man Records. His self-titled third LP arrived later that year. After tours with Sheeran and One Direction, he returned to the studio to record a follow-up. His fifth album, Happy Accidents, featured the single "Can't See Straight" -- co-written with Sheeran and Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid -- and arrived in September 2017. ~ Jon O'Brien & Timothy Monger

Plymouth, England
December 1, 1975