DMA’S share extra new music from their highly-anticipated fourth album How Many Goals?, with the discharge of latest single ‘Fading Like A Image’ with an accompanying video shot by award-winning filmmakers DIVISON (A$AP ROCKY, Rosalía, Megan Thee Stallion).
Latest new cuts from the album – ‘I Don’t Want To Conceal’, ‘Olympia’ and ‘Everyone’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend’, the latter of which is nominated for Radio X’s Document Of The Yr 2022 – have made clear the band’s intentions to take down obstacles, entangle the broad palette of their collective influences, and push to write down their most sprawling and impressive album thus far. It has been a interval of re-discovery for the band leading to a file that’s the grand sum of each a part of who DMA’S are, as guitarist Johnny Took feedback:
“Our palette for this album was lots broader as a result of we’ve discovered a lot since our debut and we’ve listened to a lot extra music between then and now, which has formed us. It felt like a primary outing once more. The joy was the identical.”
Just like the earlier observe ‘Olympia’, ‘Fading Like A Image’ is constructed round one other sticky Matthew Mason guitar riff.
Took continues: “Tommy wrote the vast majority of this music to an obscure demo I made throughout lockdown. After we all got here collectively to demo it, Mason added considered one of my favorite guitar riffs on the brand new album, and we used the middle-eight from one other demo because the refrain. A real DMA’S collaboration.”
Watch the video for ‘Fading Like A Image’ – BELOW:
Having simply final weekend opened for Arctic Monkeys at their large Sydney Area present, DMA’S are additionally asserting that their upcoming London present has moved venues to OVO Enviornment Wembley. It will likely be staying on the identical date, Friday twenty first April.
All tickets stay legitimate for the brand new venue and, resulting from elevated venue capability, additional tickets have been launched and can go on sale from midday on Wednesday 18 January.
“We couldn’t be extra excited to play songs that span our 4 albums and a couple of EPs for you all at this iconic London venue. There isn’t a higher option to launch our new album ‘How Many Goals?’ – Come and be part of this particular second with us! Love DMA’S xxx”
DMA’S new materials arrives as their first since final 12 months’s celebrated EP I Love You Unconditionally, Certain Am Going To Miss You, which in flip adopted the band’s highest charting album thus far, 2020’s THE GLOW (UK Official Albums Chart #4, Scotland #2 and ARIA #2).
Because the band sit on the cusp of releasing their new album How Many Goals?, DMA’S have discovered an iconic, legendary standing amongst their fanbase – 65,000 ticket gross sales on their final UK tour alone exhibits the open-armed response they elicit on worldwide shores. Their world is considered one of acceptance, freedom of expression, collective excessive, and every twist and switch of their journey so far has led them to what will likely be a landmark album launch for the band. The album’s opening choices ‘I Don’t Want To Conceal’ and ‘Everyone’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend’ signify the consolation in being embraced however greater than that, they exemplify the most important expertise that DMA’S possess: the flexibility to distil the wrenches of their private tales into anthemic common experiences.
How Many Goals? was crafted by the band to be the grand sum of each a part of who DMA’S are. Gleaned from over 70 early demos, it sees them drawing from a wider sonic palette than ever earlier than. Recorded in London with Stuart Value (Dua Lipa, The Killers, Pet Store Boys) and Wealthy Costey (Sigur Ros, Muse, Foster the Individuals), then accomplished with Konstantin Kersting (Mallrat, The Jungle Giants) within the band’s hometown of Sydney, How Many Goals? charters a course with stops at dizzying highs and crushing lows. There are songs to return as much as and songs to return right down to. It’s the band rising from a darker place, and the exhilarating future sound of a band with out obstacles on the high of their recreation.
DMA’S – How Many Goals? album tracklisting
1. How Many Goals?
3. Everyone’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend
4. Expensive Future
5. I Don’t Want To Conceal
7. Fading Like A Image
DMA’S LIVE UK 2023
WED 24 MAY, BELFAST, THE TELEGRAPH BUILDING
DOORS 7 PM
TICKETS AVAILABLE FRIDAY AT 10 AM FROM TICKETMASTER.IE