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THE B-SIDE
Lawrence (Independent)
2/27/18

WHAT IT IS: After seeing their self-released debut album, Breakfast (produced by Grammy-win Eric Krasno), reach #6 on the iTunes Soul/R&B charts in 2016, Lawrence spent the next two years on the road building their fanbase. Now with a slew of festivals under their belt, as well as sold-out headline shows in major markets (The IndependentTroubadourThe SinclairMusic Hall of Williamsburg, two nights at Bowery Ballroom) and support slots for major acts (Lake Street DiveJon BellionBlues TravelerVulfpeck, more) the band is putting the final touches on their not-yet-titled sophomore album.
ALBUM: Title TBD
RELEASE DATE: 9/14
LIVE: Upcoming stateside shows in D.C., Brooklyn, Boston, Philly, L.A., San Fran and Chicago; Summer Camp Festival and Electric Forest Festival on deck; 2017 highlights include sold-out gigs at London’s The Old Queens Head, N.Y.’s Irving Plaza, San Fran’s The Independent, L.A.’s Troubadour and Brooklyn’s Bowery Ballroom; past festivals include BonnarooSummerfestHangoutFireflyOutside LandsOkeechobeeSavannah StopoverGasparillaSloss, KAABOO
INTERNET: 89k monthly Spotify listeners; 1.2m listens for single “Do You Wanna Do Nothing With Me”; 14k Facebook likes, 9k Instagram followers
PRESS: NPR (“Clyde and Gracie Lawrence are not your typical brother-and-sister pair”), RelixDigital Music News (“The music brought everyone together. The music was the escape everyone desperately needed. The music was the hope and the love. The comfort and relief”); Twitter praise from Stephen Curry
BOOKING: Jesse Rosoff (Domestic), David Sullivan Kaplan & Noah Simon (International)/UTA
MANAGEMENT: BJ Olin