Lawrence Rothman’s new song ‘Yesterday Tomorrow’ Out Now

“Yesterday Tomorrow” is the latest track unveiled from Rothman’s anticipated new album, The Plow That Broke the Plains,

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Lawrence Rothman, a well-known songwriter, musician, and producer, just released their latest single, “Yesterday Tomorrow.” It’s a song about breaking free from society’s restrictions and embracing the fluidity of time, identity, and purpose.

The song is part of his highly-anticipated new album, The Plow That Broke the Plains, released on April 26 on KRO Records.

Watch ‘Yesterday Tomorrow’ by Lawrence Rothman

Rothman has already shared three other songs from the album: the title track, “Poster Child” (written with and featuring guitars by Jason Isbell), and “LAX” (featuring Amanda Shires).

“LAX” was recently featured in Rolling Stone as a “Song You Need to Know”, while American Songwriter hailed it as “moving and vulnerable.”

Rothman, who was born in St. Louis and now resides in Los Angeles and Nashville, is widely recognized for their genre-bending work.

The Plow That Broke the Plains captures the strength and lessons learned from their decade-long struggle with body dysmorphia, while tackling themes of addiction, gender identity, and societal pressures.

Watch ‘The Plow That Broke the Plains’ by Lawrence Rothman

The 13-track album was recorded primarily live, with an emphasis on first takes, and was produced and mixed by Lawrence Rothman and Yves Rothman (Yves Tumor, Blondshell), with contributions from Isbell, Amanda Shires, and S.G. Goodman.

Rooted in Rothman’s upbringing surrounded by folk and country music in Missouri, The Plow That Broke the Plains is a snapshot of their most unfiltered self.

To celebrate the album’s release, Rothman will embark on a west coast tour this spring, with stops at L.A.’s Lodge Room, Seattle’s Tractor Tavern, Portland’s Show Bar, San Diego’s Soda Bar, Pioneertown’s Pappy and Harriet’s, and Nashville’s The Basement, among others.

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