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DMA’s Set to Release Third Album ‘The Glow’ this April

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Aussie trio DMA’s have announced the release of their third album, titled The Glow. The album will be in stores and on all streaming platforms from 24th April via I Oh You records.

DMA’s have rapidly gained popularity and success since the release of their debut album Hills End and sophomore album For Now, securing support slots for Liam Gallagher, Courteeners and Noel Gallagher’s High-Flying Birds to name a few.

2020 is guaranteed to be their year with the release of The Glow and their biggest UK headline shows to date, including sold-out shows at the prestigious O2 Brixton Academy London on 6th March as well as Manchester’s very own Castlefield Bowl on 9th July.

For a taste of what’s to come, DMA’s have premiered a new music video for the release of their latest single, ‘Life is a Game of Changing’. Showcasing similar vibes to Cher’s ‘Believe’, which they have previously covered on Triple J, their new single presents 90’s dance feels blended with their usual nostalgic anthemic sound. It is certainly different from their previous releases and we’re excited to see what the rest of the album holds.

The Glow can be pre-ordered here.


01 Never Before
02 The Glow
03 Silver
04 Life Is A Game Of Changing
05 Criminals
06 Strangers
07 Learning Alive
08 Hello Girlfriend
09 Appointment
10 Round & Around
11 Cobracaine

UK Tour Dates

Thursday 5th March – University Of London Union, London (SOLD OUT)

Friday 6th March – O2 Brixton Academy, London (SOLD OUT)

Friday 1st May – Bonus Arena, Hull

Saturday 2nd May – Live At Leeds Festival

Sunday 3rd May – Hit The North Festival, Newcastle

Tuesday 5th May – O2 Guildhall, Southampton

Wednesday 6th May – UEA, Norwich

Thursday 9th July – Sounds Of The City, Castlefield Bowl, Manchester (SOLD OUT)

Saturday 18th July – Hampden Park, Glasgow (SOLD OUT)

Saturday 1st August – Tramlines, Sheffield

Friday 23rd October – Alexandra Palace, London

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Georgina Hurdsfield

Masters student in Psychological Wellbeing in Clinical Practice at Manchester Metropolitan University. Keen photographer and music enthusiast.

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