The Mrs Announce Self-Titled Debut Album Set To Release In 2017

All-female band, The Mrs, have announced that their self-titled debut album will be released in 2017. Alongside the announcement, The Mrs have teamed up with AXS to premiere a lyric video for recently released single, “The Beast,” which affirms that “the animal inside you is beautiful” and that nothing will stop you once you unleash the power within.  Watch the video here:

On the song, drummer Andra Liemandt says, “I remember when we were singing, the song was just kind of echoing in the hallway and everybody just started chanting, ‘Free the beast!’ That was the moment when it all came together — we knew this was the song and it felt good.” The 11 infectious pop/rock cuts on the upcoming album reflect a little bit of each member in every song. It is truly representative of women, of soul, of men, life and what women go through. For more information, please visit:

The Austin, TX based four-piece band is on a mission to connect with and empower women like themselves, performing at popular Austin clubs, and at prominent women conferences. In 2014, they released their debut EP ENOUGH, followed by the singles “What Christmas Means To Me,” “Draw The Line” and “Light It Up.” In addition to creating music, the band developed a popular app called The Mrs Magic Mirror, an extension of their trademark apparatus that allows people to experience personal reflections and affirmations connected to their own image. Their Mrs Magic Mirror tutorial video has been viewed more than 5.3 million times on YouTube.

Drummer and band founder Andra Leimandt expresses the mission of her all female, four piece pop rock band:  “I began writing songs to connect with women like me — mothers who strive for a full life and want to have it all: personal relationships, careers, marriages and friendships. We want to experience a multitude of life experiences that aren’t often portrayed on mainstream radio. Soon, my personal project turned into a movement when I formed The Mrs, to help women see themselves in a more positive light and change the negative self-talk that happens when they look in the mirror.”

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