MisterWives Announce Let the Light In Tour, Debut Live Version of 'Never Give Up on Me': Exclusive

Sarah Duffy


Pop-rock band MisterWives are taking their big sound back on the road for the Let the Light In Tour this spring. Starting in April, the six-member group will hit more than 10 cities on yet another headlining tour, performing songs from their sophomore album, Connect the Dots, released last year.

The album peaked at No. 26 on the Top Rock Albums chart, with production from Butch Walker (Weezer, Taylor Swift, P!nk and The Donnas). 

The New York six-piece combines pop, rock, indie and disco feels with guitars, saxophones, percussion and huge vocals to match. Their single "Machine" sent the message of self-freedom and self-worth. 

Lead singer Mandy Lee described their Connect the Dots Tour last year as “by far the most memorable and special tour we've ever done.” 

“We hope to continue the fun on our Let the Light In Tour with more music, plenty of color and all the dancing! 'Til then here's a clip of us playing one of our newest songs, 'Never Give Up On Me'!" Lee told Billboard via email.

Check out an exclusive live performance of "Never Give Up On Me" (live from their sold-out House of Blues Boston show), plus tour dates and ticket information, below.

Fans can purchase presale tickets starting Wednesday via Spotify or local partners. General tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. For full dates and tickets, check out

April 25 @ Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK
April 27 @ The Blue Note in Columbia, MO
April 28 @ Majestic Theatre in Madison, WI
April 30 @ Wooly’s in Des Moines, IA
May 1 @ Slowdown in Omaha, NE
May 3 @ Red Rocks in Morrison, CO*
May 4 @ The Truman in Kansas City, MO
May 8 @ The Orange Peel in Asheville, NC
May 9 @ Lincoln Theater in Raleigh, NC
May 11 @ Newport Music Hall in Columbus, OH
May 14 @ Town Ballroom in Buffalo, NY
May 16 @ State Theatre in Portland, ME
May 17 @ The Strand in Providence, RI
May 18 @ Ram’s Head Live in Baltimore, MD
*as support for X Ambassadors


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