DMA's announce Australian tour dates for debut album Hills End

DMA's announce Australian tour dates for debut album Hills End

The album is out later this month and then the lads are off on a world tour.

If you have been living in some far out world were catchy, guitar-driven pop songs don’t take over your radio airwaves, then you wouldn’t have heard of DMA’s. For everyone else, I have some great news. The band that blew up a couple of years ago thanks to their catchy AF tune Delete has got a full length album due out on Feb 26. Hills End was recorded in part in Jonny Took ‘s (guitarist) bedroom and finished in a studio in Sydney, sans producer. Matt Mason (guitarist / vocals) says of the process; “I think there’s something kind of nice about co-producing your first record. It’s made it a really good representation of what the band are”. 

To go with the release of the bands first full-length album will be a world tour. The dates for the Australian leg have just released, with the lads playing in all major capital cities over May and June.

They’ve also just released a video for their latest single, Too Soon. Have a watch below and check out the tour dates below:

TOUR DATES:

Friday 27th May @ The Zoo, Brisbane

Friday 3rd June @ Fat Controller, Adelaide

Saturday 4th June @ The Rosemount, Perth

Friday 10th June @ The Metro, Sydney

Saturday 11th June @ The Corner, Melbourne

Saturday 28th May @ Big Pineapple Festival, Sunshine Coast

Grab Your Tickets HERE

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