It's been quite a year for these fledgling musicians. With the remastered release of 2014's 'Delete' hitting the shelves, and their first full-track album Hills End finally making its debut soon after, the band's fan following is building by the day. On its release, the EP hit the UK Top 40 - not bad for their first effort. Add to that a world tour (with a quick stop at Coachella along the way) and you've got quite the success story. Melding two musical eras, their '90s Britpop sound is spliced with 21st century leanings to make catchy earworm songs that resonate with their young fans. As well as playing hometown Sydney, the trio will be hitting up key venues across Britain, including Manchester, London and Leeds. Be sure you don't miss out - grab DMA's tickets from StubHub for a place in the crowd.
DMA's Biography - Brit-Pop But Not As You Know It
Made up of band members Matt Mason, Tommy O'Dell, and Johnny Took, the trio first formed in 2012 with modest beginnings - predominantly writing and working out of Took's tiny Sydney flat. A love song for the digital age, their debut single, 'Delete' struck a chord with millennials, gaining plenty of radio-play in Australia and New Zealand. Without knowing their background, you could be forgiven for thinking the Britpop obsessives hailed from '90s Madchester. They've drawn comparisons to Oasis and The Happy Mondays, and their on-stage antics and bellow-inducing ballads has helped build a respectable fan following. Their self-titled five-track EP was released to much acclaim, before first full-track album Hills End hit the shelves in 2016, along with a re-release of their debut single - this time remastered for the band's growing fame. This year also sees them tour the UK so be sure to get DMA's tickets from StubHub.
Similar Acts On Tour
Already bagged DMA's tickets at StubHub? Why not check out some of the acts that inspired the Sydney set? Ex-Oasis Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds are not to be missed.
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