Brokenhearted (Lawson song)

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"Brokenhearted"
Single by Lawson featuring B.o.B
from the album Chapman Square Chapter II
Released 7 July 2013
Format
Recorded 2013
Genre Pop rock
Length 3:29
Label
Writer(s)
Producer(s) Harry Sommerdahl
Lawson singles chronology
"Learn to Love Again"
(2013)
"Brokenhearted"
(2013)
"Juliet"
(2013)
B.o.B singles chronology
"HeadBand"
(2013)
"Brokenhearted"
(2013)
"Up Down (Do This All Day)"
(2013)

"Brokenhearted" is the fifth single by British band Lawson, featuring guest vocals from American rapper B.o.B. The single was released as the lead single from the re-issue of their debut studio album, Chapman Square (2012). The song was released on the United Kingdom on 7 July 2013, via Polydor Records. It debuted and peaked at number six on the UK Singles Chart. In Ireland, the song reached number 12, becoming their highest charting single there. It was added to the BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 playlists.

Speaking of the song, lead singer Andy Brown stated: "Brokenhearted is definitely a bit of a turning point for us as a band. It's my favourite song we have recorded to date."[1]

Music video[edit]

The music video, which has been directed by Declan Whitebloom, follows a mystery female in her mission to bury the memory of an ex, climaxing in a performance from the band and B.o.B at a private party in a luxury house in the Hollywood Hills.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  • Digital download[2]
  1. "Brokenhearted" (featuring B.o.B) - 3:29
  • Digital download - EP[3]
  1. "Brokenhearted" (No rap version) - 3:20
  2. "Brokenhearted" (Acoustic) - 3:29
  3. "Brokenhearted" (Steve Smart & Westfunk Radio Edit) - 2:49
  4. "Brokenhearted" (Seamus Haji Radio Edit) - 3:28
  5. "Brokenhearted" (Queenie & Duke Remix) - 3:46
  6. "Don't You Worry Child" (Live) - 5:23
  1. "Brokenhearted" (featuring B.o.B) - 3:29
  2. "Don't You Worry Child" (Live) - 5:23
  1. "Brokenhearted" (featuring B.o.B) - 3:29
  2. "Brokenhearted" (Seamus Haji Radio Edit) - 3:27

Chart performance[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (2013) Peak
position
Hungary (Rádiós Top 40)[6] 40
Ireland (IRMA)[7] 12
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[8] 5
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[9] 6

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
United Kingdom 7 July 2013 Digital download, CD single, 7" vinyl Polydor Records, Global Talent Records
Malaysia 4 August 2013 Digital download Universal, Geffen Records

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