By Miles Raymer
January 12, 2015 at 06:00 PM EST

Depending on your perspective, New York’s MisterWives is either an indie band with the sonic sensibilities of a top-tier pop act or a radio-ready pop group with a more bohemian bent than the average Top 40 aspirant. Either way, they’ve racked up over 27 million spins on Spotify over their short career, and so far without the benefit of a breakthrough hit. But the band is likely to have one with its upcoming debut LP Our Own House, out Feb. 24 on Photo Finish/Republic Records—and its title track, which pairs a thumping disco beat with a soaring, emotional melody from lead singer Mandy Lee that combines the best parts of Lorde and The Gossip.

“We built our own house,” the group writes in an email, “from building a musical family filled with the people who care as much about music as we do, to writing the music ourselves, to recording our vision from the ground up, and sharing the most incredible memories along the way. We have given you all we got and we hope you like it, relate to it, dance to it, cry to it. Thank you for being a part of our family.”

“Our Own House” Tour Dates:

February 25              Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

February 27              Pittsburgh, PA @ Club AE

March 1                      Detroit, MI @ The Shelter

March 3                      Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall

March 4                      Madison, WI @ High Noon Saloon

March 6                      Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock Social Club

March 7                      Kansas City, MO @ Record Bar

March 9                      Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater

March 10                   Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court

March 12                   San Francisco, CA @ The Independent

March 13                   Los Angeles, CA @ The Troubadour

March 14                   Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory

March 17                   Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom

March 21                   Dallas, TX @ HOB Cambridge Room

March 22                   Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s

March 24                   Nashville, TN @ The High Watt

March 25                   Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl

March 27                   Washington, DC @ U Street

March 28                   Washington, DC @ U Street

March 31                   New York City, NY @ Bowery Ballroom

April 1                         Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club

April 7                         New York City, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg