Lawrence Rothman

LA-based singer/songwriter/producer Lawrence Rothman uses their struggles with gender identity, family conflict, and social alienation to create avant-pop confessionals, inviting the listener into the fractured world of Rothman’s psyche. Their latest mini-album I Know I’ve Been Wrong, But Can We Talk? is an incredibly inspired collection brought on by their father’s alienation to Lawrence’s gender fluidity met with the suicide of a close friend. This project is a follow up to 2017’s The Book Of Law, which credited an all star list of musicians and was critically acclaimed by Pitchfork, Fader, The Los Angeles Times, etc.


Lucinda Williams joins me on "Decent Man" my first song from my upcoming two part album "Good Morning, America" and…

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On Pop-Country, Pop-Schmaltz, and A Star Is Born

By Lawrence Rothman | November 19, 2018

On Pop-Country, Pop-Schmaltz, and A Star Is Born

According to Lawrence Rothman, the only way Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut could have been better is if boygenius wrote the soundtrack.