DMA'S MAKE LATE NIGHT TV DEBUT PLAYING THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT
DEBUT LP HILLS END OUT NOW ON MOM+POP MUSIC
|DMA's perform at Coachella on April 23, 2016.|
DMA'S impressive debut was released last month and the band haven't stopped since. Last week they made their Late Night TV Debut with Stephen Colbert delivering an intense and commanding performance of "Delete" and this week they'll embark on their first ever SXSW. It will be a busy week for the band playing 5 shows in total and are set to blow music fans in Austin away with their infectious and stadium ready live show, all dates are listed below.
Today (March 14, 2016) DMA'S have released the video for "In The Moment", a collaboration between the band and director Rhett Wade-Ferrell. It follows them through several locations of their hometown of Sydney, including Johnny Took's apartment where they wrote and recorded their debut self-titled EP and Hills End. Consequence of Sound write the song "... deals out arrangements both sweeping and wistful. "Is it your smell?" frontman Tommy O'Dell wonders, calling out to someone who may or may not be in the picture anymore".
After SXSW DMA'S will tour the US including playing Coachella in April. All tour dates are listed below. Do not miss them.
Acclaim for Hills End:
"DMA's seem poised to make their own distinctive musical mark beyond being seen as '90s revivalists-ironically at a time when most bands from that decade have reunited....Hills End is an impressive debut for a group that originally began mostly as a songwriting collective than a performance act." Paste Magazine
"That difference is what makes the DMA's so intriguing. They're hip without trying to be hip. They're moody without reaching for Xanax. They're nostalgic without having to pay anyone royalties. From the very get-go, staring with roller coaster opener "Timeless", the outfit exudes an assured knack for melody that whips through each of the ensuing 11 tracks." Consequence of Sound
"Hills End is so good that in 20 years the discussion about the hot new indie guitar band might well focus on how much they look and sound like DMA's. It's an outstanding debut." Pop Matters
World Tour Dates
04.18.16 - The Echo - Los Angeles, CA
4.22 - 4.24.16 - Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival - Indio, CA
5.27.16 - The Zoo - Brisbane, AUS
5.28.16 - Big Pineapple Festival - Sunshine Coast, AUS
6.03.16 - Fat Controller - Adelaide, AUS
6.04.16 - Rosemount Hotel - Perth, AUS
6.10.16 - The Metro - Sydney, AUS
6.11.16 - The Corner - Sydney, AUS
*North American tickets are on sale now.