To cap off what has proven to be a huge year for DMA’S, today we’re pleased to announce DMA’S will return to home soil this October to play their biggest rooms to date including Sydney’s Enmore Theatre, Melbourne’s Croxton, Brisbane’s The Triffid and The Gov in Adelaide.
Since the release of their brilliant debut album Hills End, DMA’S have not stopped for a second. From playing the coveted secret slot at Glastonbury, to smashing it on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to having ‘Delete’ added to BBC Radio 1 A Rotation – the band have certainly shown the world just what all the fuss is about! They recently released an incredible clip for their current single ‘Timeless’ – which has been sitting at the top of the most-played songs at triple j for a few weeks running.
DMA’S have been touring virtually nonstop since 2014 – selling out shows in four continents, and playing on the bills of the world’s biggest festivals including Coachella, Glastonbury, Lollapalooza, Reading & Leeds, Bonnaroo, Osheaga to name but a few. Locally, their crowds at Laneway were some of the biggest across the circuit and their recent Australian album tour sold out completely with multiple shows in capital cities across the country. Their wall of sound six-piece live setup has sent both crowds and critics into a frenzy and it seems there is no stopping them.
Joining the boys on their October tour will be one of the most exciting rock bands in the country– Adelaide’s Bad//Dreems – a band renowned for their sing-along anthems, and energetic live shows on songs like ‘Hiding To Nothing’ and ‘Cuffed & Collared’.
Tickets go on sale 9am AEST Monday 11 July – and with the total sell out of their last tour months in advance, it’s highly advised to get in as early as possible