The Ballroom Thieves to release ‘Unlovely’, 2020 Spring Headline Tour will bring them to ME, VT, and RI

The Ballroom Thieves – Calin “Callie” Peters (vocals, cello, bass), Martin Earley (vocals, guitar), and Devin Mauch (vocals, percussion) – have announced their latest full-length album Unlovely will be released on February 14, 2020 via Nettwerk Records. With subject matters ranging from female empowerment and the destruction of patriarchy, to love in a committed relationship, to their fury about the current state of American leadership, this collection of tracks is the distillation of the band’s personal and political passions.

Engineered and produced by Jerry Streeter (Brandi Carlile, The Lumineers, Vance Joy), Unlovely was recorded in and around the northeast, predominantly at HearStudios in Camden, Maine. Following the release, the band will set out on a 26-date tour that kicks off with a headline show on March 3 in Boise, ID. The Ballroom Thieves will also join CAAMP for 10 dates on the East Coast, following a successful West Coast run with the band this fall. See the full dates below. Additional news and up-to-date tour information can be found at

It’s their unique brand of powerful and harmonious music, while never shying away from topics and ideas they are passionate about, that has charmed fans around the country. Their catalog has amassed over 85 million streams and they’ve gained a loyal live following, selling out shows and earning festival spots at Boston Calling, Newport Folk, Moon River, Mountain Jam, and Calgary Folk. Ultimately, Unlovely sets the stage for The Thieves to continue to impact listeners everywhere.  

Unlovely will be available on CD, download, and vinyl. Additionally, the famed indie retailer, Newbury Comics will be selling an exclusive signed baby pink vinyl (to pre-order, click HERE).

Unlovely Track Listing

1. Unlovely (Feat. Darlingside)

2. Tenebrist

3. In The Dark

4. Homme Run

5. Don’t Wanna Dance

6. Begin Again

7. Vanity Trip

8. Roll The Bones

9. Pendulum

10. Love Is Easy

11. For Hitchens


11/21 @ The Grand Theater | Ellsworth, ME

12/20 @ Ogden Theatre | Denver, CO^

12/21 @ Boulder Theater | Boulder, CO^

3/3 @ Neurolux | Boise, ID

3/6 @ The Crocodile | Seattle, WA

3/7 @ Mississippi Studios | Portland, OR

3/8 @ Volcanic Theatre Pub | Bend, OR

3/12 @ Bottom of the Hill | San Francisco, CA

3/13 @ The Satellite | Los Angeles, CA

3/20 @ The Sinclair | Cambridge, MA

3/27 @ Mr. Smalls Theatre | Millvale, PA*

3/28 @ Rams Head Live! | Baltimore, MD*

3/29 @ Asbury Lanes | Asbury Park, NJ*

3/31 @ Fete Music Hall | Providence, RI*

4/3 @ Higher Ground – Ballroom | Burlington, VT*

4/4 @ State Theatre | Portland, ME*

4/6 @ Westcott Theater | Syracuse, NY*

4/7 @ Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY*

4/9 @ The Majestic Theatre | Detroit, MI*

4/10 @ The Sylvee | Madison, WI*

4/16 @ Terminal West | Atlanta, GA

4/17 @ High Watt | Nashville, TN

4/18 @ The Hi-Fi | Indianapolis, IN

4/23 @ Lincoln Hall | Chicago, IL

4/24 @ Redstone Room | Davenport, IA

4/25 @ 7th Street Entry | Minneapolis, MN

4/30 @ U Street Music Hall | Washington, DC

5/1 @ Music Hall of Williamsburg | Brooklyn, NY

5/2 @ Johnny Brenda’s | Philadelphia, PA^ w/ Lil Smokies* w/ CAAMP