The DMA'S: new single, album and tour

With THE GLOWing successes of their last album dimming down, Aussie alternative trio DMA’s are back with their newest single Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s the weekend. This is the second offering from the upcoming album How Many Dreams? set for release on March 31, 2023

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With THE GLOWing successes of their last album dimming down, Aussie alternative trio DMA’s are back with their newest single Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s the weekend. This is the second offering from the upcoming album How Many Dreams? set for release on March 31, 2023

“The basis of Thursday is something we have all thought or felt” states guitarist Johnny Took, on a song that gives a natural feel to the electronics and guitar combination that personify the joy of the band’s acclaimed live sets. Took added: “This song is about letting go of the things that weigh us down and embracing the future with a sense of optimism”. 

Following on from the lucid electro single I Don’t Need To Hide, this album is their first release since 2021’s indie EP: I Love You Unconditionally, Sure Am Going to Miss You. This is the first album since the lockdown release of THE GLOW, which despite all odds from lack of touring and conventional promotion, marked their highest charting position ever, ranking at number 2 in their home country of Aus and 4th in the UK.

Thursday comes accompanied by a music video continuing the lyrical theme of nostalgic summer days stretching into nights, and the people who make them worth remembering. Fans of hit show heartbreak high will recognise Gemma Chua-Tran starring. The video reinforces the world of DMA’s as one of acceptance and freedom of expression, while showcasing their talent of turning tales of life into fan favourite melodies.  

Having just finished supporting Kasabian around Europe, DMA’s are briefly leaving the UK with a run of sold out shows and main stage festival slots behind them. They are heading back to the Britain for their headline tour in April, after opening Arctic Monkeys at Sydney’s Domain in January. You can see them at the O2 Academy Bournemouth on April 7, 2023, or catch one of their other UK shows.

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