Misterwives Will Celebrate Mental Health Day at Brooklyn Benefit

Indie-pop band MisterWives will be celebrating World Mental Health DayOctober 10th at Brooklyn Bowl, benefitting Backline, a non-profit organization with the mission of making accessible mental health and wellness resources to music industry professionals and their families.

Known for their unusual sound that combines elements of scythe pop, folk and indie rock all tied together by band leader Mandy Lee's nimble melodies, the band has toured with Panic at the Disco and their music has been praised by Rolling Stone and Variety.

An intensely personal reflection on growth in unexpected places, MisterWives' latest album

SUPERBLOOM marks a moment of major transformation for Lee and her bandmates: Etienne Bowler (drums), William Hehir (bass), Marc Campbell (guitar), and Mike Murphy (saxophone). The New York City-bred band's third full-length, the 19-track epic finds MisterWives greatly expanding their already-adventurous sound, introducing new textures and colors to their magnetic form of indie-pop. In sharing personal struggle with so much honesty and open-heartedness, MisterWives hope to spark a similar courage in each listener.