The wait for DMA’S debut album is almost over with Hills End being released February 26th on Infectious Music. The video for the anthemic hit ‘Delete’, which has been added to the Radio One A List, was revealed today. Described by Noisey as ‘a lush pop ballad that’s just begging to soundtrack the next finally-giving-in-to-love sequence you secretly cry to at the movies’ and by the NME as “Something Glorious”.

“We have built and added graphics to the old clip, for the album version of ‘Delete’” says frontman Tommy O’Dell. “Essentially that’s what we have done with the song, so visually it makes sense to do the same. We love this clip as it was one of the first we did, it’s all shot by our friend Mitch Grant at 37 Buckland Lane, Newtown (where most of the album was recorded).”

DMA’S are today announcing a world tour which will see them play SXSW and Coachella music festivals amongst many other UK festivals. Headline March tour dates can be found below, this is a  live show not to be missed and DMA’S won’t be playing in venues these sizes for long.

Delete Video

UK Tour Dates
2.28.16 – Stereo – Glasgow, UK
2.29.16 – The Cluny – Newcastle, UK
3.2.16 – Garage – London, UK
3.4.16 – Belgrave – Leeds, UK
3.5.16 – Ruby Lounge – Manchester, UK

Tickets available from

DMA’S Hill’s End available for pre-order:
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