DMA’S Announce London Fundraiser Show

DMA’S have today announced Australian Bushfire Relief Benefit show at The University Of London Union on 5thMarch with all proceeds going to Wildlife Victoria www.wildlifevictoria.org.au/. Tickets for the ULU gig can be bought 9am Monday 27thJanuary from www.dmasdmas.com

DMA’S are poised to make a major breakthrough with their third album, which will be released on the 24th April 2020. They’ve shared the first taster of the new album with new song ‘Silver’ which has received excellent critic & fan reviews. Fans can pre-order the album from the bands store; https://dmasdmas.com

For a limited time, fans can purchase an exclusive bundle that includes a free 7”of current single ‘Silver’.

DMA’S finished 2019 by supporting Liam Gallagher on a huge UK arena tour and in 2020 will be headlining Live At Leeds Festival, Hit The North Festival and Sounds Of The City, (Manchester – Castlefield Bowl) as well as main support to Gerry Cinnamon at Hampden Park (Full tour dates below).

Latest single ‘Silver’ finds DMA’S gift for crafting unifying, arena-ready anthems elevated to new heights. It adds a surfeit of personality and American radio rock influences to their love of the British indie scene, making for a global-facing track rooted in their love of the Stone Roses and The La’s. Frontman Tommy O’Dell’s vocals possess a new found maturity and emotional resonance, delivering an unabashed love song that will surely connect far beyond their devoted fanbase.

‘Silver’ was produced by Scott Horscroft (Empire Of The Sun, Silverchair) at The Grove Studios, mixed by multiple Grammy winner Stuart Price (The Killers, Everything Everything) at Westlake Studios in West Hollywood, where DMA’S and Price recorded the new album.

UK TOUR DATES 2020

Thursday 5th March – University Of London Union, London

Friday 6th March – O2 Brixton Academy, London

Saturday 2nd May – Live At Leeds Festival

Sunday 3rd May – Hit The North Festival, Newcastle

Thursday 9th July – Sounds Of The City, Castlefield Bowl, Manchester

Saturday 18th July – Hampden Park, Glasgow

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