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George Ward
George Ward

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Australian Indie-Rock band DMA’S announce their new album, How Many Dreams? will be released on 31st March and share new single

Following on from their 2021 EP ‘I Love You Unconditionally, Sure Am Going to Miss You ‘and #4 UK Chart-placing LP ‘The Glow’, DMA’S are back, with new sounds, a new single and a whole new album out on 31st March.

It has been two years since DMA’S last full length EP and they’re returning with a bang with both the new LP as well as a huge UK headline tour next March.

Along with the announcement comes ‘Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend‘, a laid-back pop song with a dreamy atmosphere and a joyous music video. 

The chorus is filled with nostalgia and sentimentality and Tommy O’Dell’s vocals compliment this perfectly. Instrumentally, the track is reserved, with a poppy lightness, twinkling synths and controlled guitars. The band continue to prove that they can still cook up a great pop song.

Guitarist Johnny Took describes the song as “about letting go of the things that weigh us down” and this weightlessness is evident throughout the entire track’s laid back runtime.

. ‘How Many Dreams?’ is out on 31st March via I OH YOU.

Listen/watch ‘Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s the Weekend’ here:

Catch DMA’S at the following:

Corn Exchange, Cambridge – 5th March 2023

Great Hall, Exeter University – 6th March 2023

O2 Academy, Bournemouth – 7th March 2023

Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury – 9th March 2023

KK’s Steel Mill, Wolverhampton – 10th March 2023

The Engine Shed, Lincoln – 12th March 2023

St. George’s Hall, Bradford – 13th March 2023

Town Hall, Middlesbrough – 15th March 2023

Fat Sams, Dundee – 16th March 2023

Music Hall, Aberdeen – 17th March 2023

O2 Academy, Glasgow – 19th March 2023

O2 Apollo, Manchester – 20th March 2023

O2 Brixton Academy, London – 21st March 2023