DMA’s released The Glow in the summer of 2020.
It’s now October when the DMA’s are hoping to get around the UK with their most recent album for the first time.
After more rescheduling, dates are due to open in Norwich on the 21st of that month, a gig in Dublin which was also on the cards still waiting for a new date.
“When Noel Gallagher sang Half The World Away he wasn’t thinking about DMA’s – the Sydney-based trio of Tommy O’Dell, Matt Mason, and Johnny Took didn’t form until 2012 – but it’s always sounded like, even from that distance, they were listening intently to him,” our review of The Glow opens.
“As proof, their first two albums (2016’s Hill’s End and For Now, released two years later) owed an obvious debt to Britpop-era ennui, a trait that in the UK especially has made them arena fillers and much loved by a tribe who identify less and less with what indie rock comes up with for them.”
21 – Norwich, UEA
22 – Hull, Bonus Arena
23 – Newcastle, Hit The North
25 – Southampton, O2 Guildhall
27 – Bath, Pavilion
29 – London, Alexandra Palace
30 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena