DMA’S are set for a list of dates as part of their April UK tour, which includes a stop off at Liverpool’s Mountford Hall, Getintothis’ Amos Wynn has all the news.
Australia’s DMA’S enjoyed an incredible 2018, which saw them bring out the follow up album to debut release Hills End.
For Now was greeted with excellent responses, including praise from none other than Liam Gallagher as well as going to #13 in the official UK charts.
They also toured with the likes of Gallagher and Kasabian throughout the course of the year, which has seen their fan base grow and grow.
Now they are returning for a Mountford Hall date on April 12.
The announcement comes off the back of the band’s last sell out UK tour, back in December.
This April will see the three-piece visit new cities and new venues, which includes Oxford, Newcastle and Nottingham, alongside the Mountford Hall date.
We’re coming back to the UK in April!
— DMA’S (@dmasmusic) 21 January 2019
Liverpool has an extra special feel to the band, with lead singer, Tommy O’Dell’s dad originally coming from Liverpool.
The last time they visited, they went on a tour around Goodison Park as well as watching an Everton match.
Despite being a Toffees fan, it didn’t stop O’Dell berating the performance, laughing “unfortunately they lost because they are fucking shit.”
The singer, along with band mates Matt Mason and Johnny Took, are an excellent watch, with their vibrant songs creating a Britpop vibe.
Passionate sing-a-longs and a vibrant atmosphere are guaranteed at any DMA’S gig, with the Liverpool one being no different and is poised to be a cracker.
April 3 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
April 4 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
April 5 – O2 Academy, Oxford
April 6 – King George’s Hall, Blackburn
April 8 – Music Hall, Aberdeen
April 9 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
April 10 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
April 12 – Mountford Hall, Liverpool
April 13 – Rock City, Nottingham
April 14 – The Great Hall, Cardiff