Lawrence Plots 2024 With New Album ‘Family Business’ And Biggest Headline Tour Yet

Lawrence — the 8-piece band fronted by siblings Gracie and Clyde Lawrence — is gearing up for a tremendous 2024. Today they have announced that they will be releasing their fourth studio album, Family Business, later this year, and will celebrate it with their biggest-ever headlining tour for this spring and summer. The 40-date international Family Business Tour includes iconic venues Radio City Music Hall on September 19 and the Wiltern in Los Angeles on October 9. Family Business is the follow-up to 2021’s Hotel TV and more details, new music and release date will be announced soon.

Today’s announcement arrives on the heels of a just-completed 65-date stadium tour with the Jonas Brothers that launched with two hometown shows at Yankee Stadium last summer and concluded at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn in December. Along the way Lawrence shared two new singles, “i’m confident that i’m insecure” and “23,” as well as their trademark “acoustic-ish” renditions of both tracks. They also released an 8-part docuseries on YouTube that captures the highlights and challenges of a proudly DIY organization of eight longtime friends staging their first headline tour following the COVID-19 shutdown. Additional episodes will be released this year. Appearances tied to the new music and Jonas Brothers tour include the Zach Sang Show and Tamron Hall, performing “23” at Jingle Ball, and features with Seventeen, Access, Entertainment Tonight, New York Post, and WNYC.

Lawrence has captivated and built a huge audience of die-hard fans with a distinct sound rooted in classic artists like Stevie Wonder, Randy Newman and Aretha Franklin, spun together with a high-energy pop edge. Their clever and brilliantly-crafted original songs are driven by Clyde’s keyboards, raspy voice, a rowdy horn section and Gracie’s vocals soaring on top. A beloved live band, Lawrence brings a party to the stage: a fun, full-throttle experience full of musical fireworks.

Clyde and Gracie Lawrence are a New York City-raised sibling duo that have been writing songs and playing together since early childhood. What started out as a duo turned into an eight-piece band of musician friends from childhood and college. Lawrence has reached remarkable heights, including performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, The Today Show and NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly, and the first band to release music on Grammy-winning producer/songwriter/artist Jon Bellion’s label. Their 2021 album Hotel TV has over 60 million streams on Spotify, and tens of millions of streams across all major platforms. The album’s lead single, “Don’t Lose Sight,” hit #33 on Top 40 radio and was played on over 100 multi-format stations across the country. They’ve also played major festivals including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, Firefly, Okeechobee, Hangout, Summerfest, and sold out three consecutive nights at Brooklyn Steel in 2022, their first-ever Lawrence festival featuring special guests and non-repeating sets, deemed “Staycation.” Clyde also made international headlines when he testified before a Senate hearing on the ticketing industry in January of 2023.

In addition to the band, Clyde and Gracie have also amassed considerable resumes with other artistic pursuits. Clyde has written songs and score for film and television, including Disney’s Noelle (2019), Steven Spielberg’s Animaniacs (2020), Landline (2017), The Rewrite (2015), Music and Lyrics (2007), and even Miss Congeniality (2000), for which he wrote the theme song at age 6. Gracie is an accomplished actress, appearing most recently in the Showtime drama Billions and the CBS All-Access murder mystery One Dollar. Gracie has also appeared on Broadway in Brighton Beach Memoirs (2009), in films such as The Sitter (2011) and Did You Hear About the Morgans? (2009), and in TV shows including The Good Wife (2012), The Americans (2014), and Younger (2015).

Lawrence Europe 2024 Tour Dates:
July 5 – O2 Forum Kentish Town – London, United Kingdom
July 8 – Le Trianon – Paris, France
July 11 – Mad Cool Festival – Madrid, Spain
July 16 – Gloria Theater – Cologne, Germany
July 17 – Kulturzelt – Kassel, Germany
July 18 – Jazzopen Stuttgart – Stuttgart, Germany
July 20 – Mojo Club — Hamburg, Germany
July 21 – Columbia Theater – Berlin, Germany
July 23 – Strom — Munich, Germany
July 24 – Hafensommer – Wurzburg, Germany
July 25 – Kulturarena – Jena, DELawrence
North America 2024 Tour Dates:
Sept. 17 – The Met Philadelphia – Philadelphia
Sept. 19 – Radio City Music Hall – New York
Sept. 20 – The Fillmore – Silver Spring, Md.
Sept. 23 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, N.C.
Sept. 24 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, Tenn.
Sept. 26 – The Tabernacle – Atlanta
Sept. 27 – Jannus Live – St. Petersburg, Fla.
Sept. 28 – Revolution Live – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Sept. 29 – House of Blues – Orlando, Fla.
Oct. 1 – House of Blues – New Orleans
Oct. 2 – House of Blues – Houston
Oct. 4 – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater – Austin, Texas
Oct. 5 – House of Blues – Dallas
Oct. 8 – The Van Buren – Phoenix
Oct. 9 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles
Oct. 11 – SOMA – San Diego
Oct. 12 – The Masonic – San Francisco
Oct. 14 – Roseland Theater – Portland, Ore.
Oct. 15 – The Fillmore – Seattle
Oct. 16 – Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, British Columbia
Oct. 18 – The Depot – Salt Lake City
Oct. 19 – Fillmore Auditorium – Denver
Oct. 22 – The Pageant – St. Louis
Oct. 23 – The Fillmore – Minneapolis
Oct. 25 – Byline Bank at Aragon Ballroom – Chicago
Oct. 26 – Egyptian Room at Old National Centre – Indianapolis
Oct. 27 – Bluestone – Columbus, Ohio
Oct. 29 – The Fillmore – Detroit
Oct. 30 – HISTORY – Toronto, Ontario
Nov. 1 – Beanfield Theatre – Montreal, Quebec
Nov. 2 – MGM Music Hall at Fenway – Boston