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DMA’s have just announced that their upcoming UK tour in May will have to be postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. However, the band have also announced that they will soon release a full video of their recent show at Brixton Academy. They have also released a live video (filmed at Brixton) for latest single Life Is A Game Of Changing directed by Jon Stone.

Like many other artists, the Aussie rockers have decided to postpone the release of their new album The Glow. Originally slated for release on April 24th, the album is now set for release on July 10th.

The band offered the following via their socials:

Due to ongoing threat of COVID-19 and in line with government policy it’s necessary to postpone our May UK tour dates until later in the year. Please keep hold of your tickets and we’ll be back with the new dates shortly (Ally Pally is still going ahead and tickets are on sale).

As we can’t be with you in person, we are planning to live stream the entire set from our show at Brixton Academy last month. More details to follow…here’s a preview clip of ‘Life Is A Game Of Changing’ (Live At Brixton Academy) to keep you going.

Thanks for your support. Stay Safe, Stay Indoors.

Having recently sold out London’s Brixton Academy, DMA’s will return to the UK in May this autumn for a run of headline shows, including their biggest UK headline show to date at the Alexandre Palace in London on October 23rd. Tickets here.

DMA’s 2020 UK Tour Dates

  • 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)
  • Friday 23rd October – Alexandra Palace, London

The Glow is available for pre-order digitally and physically as of now. Limited edition vinyl and merch are available via the band’s official website.

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Deborah Jacobs

Music blogger by night, SEO by day. Started Indie is not a Genre in 2011, will always prefer live music over recordings and intimate pub gigs over arena shows.

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