DMA’S have shared a remix of their single THE END by highly sought-after Californian producer and songwriter CHANNEL TRES, who released his self-titled debut EP in July to critical acclaim, with the single Jet Black receiving rave reviews including Best New Track on Pitchfork. His DMA’S remix merges early hip-hop influences, house chillness and vocal sensuality to create infectious beats and contagious vocal hooks.
DMA’S recently announced their return to the UK with a headline tour this December, including dates at London O2 Forum, Manchester Victoria Warehouse and two nights at Glasgow Barrowland which all sold out in less than 30 minutes. Full dates as below.
DMA’S have been embraced by the UK audience, seeing their live shows constantly sell out and their performances going from strength to strength. As well as a UK tour earlier this year, they’ve also supported acts such as Liam Gallagher, Richard Ashcroft, The Kooks and Kasabian, and performed at various UK festivals throughout the summer, including Reading and Leeds.
Listen to Channel Tres remix of DMA’S single ‘The End’ – BELOW:
Wed 05 BRISTOL Anson Rooms
Thu 06 PORTSMOUTH Pyramid Centre
Sat 08 GLASGOW Barrowland | SOLD OUT
Sun 09 GLASGOW Barrowland | SOLD OUT
Mon 10 LEEDS O2 Academy
Wed 12 LEICESTER O2 Academy
Thu 13 MANCHESTER O2 Victoria Warehouse | SOLD OUT
Sat 15 HULL Asylum | SOLD OUT
Sun 16 SHEFFIELD O2 Academy | SOLD OUT
Mon 17 LONDON Kentish Town O2 Forum | SOLD OUT
DMA’S second album, FOR NOW, was released in April and charted in the UK at #13 in the official album chart and #2 in the independent album chart, a significant achievement for the Sydney trio. Produced by the band alongside KIM MOYES of The Presets, FOR NOW is a gloriously uplifting LP of beautifully honed, passionately emotive songs.
Demonstrating that DMA’S are brimming with confidence, its hooks and rich melodies make this a timeless album. While the new album echoes the strident, hook-heavy Britpop influences of the band’s debut, it’s also an album that demonstrates a very organic evolution. More broadly, the most transformative element of the band’s sound comes in the shape of Tommy O’Dell’s vocals; the character and attitude of his voice now heightened with a fresh, soulful element.
• FOR NOW
• TIME & MONEY
• IN THE AIR
• THE END
• DO I NEED YOU KNOW?
• BREAK ME
• LAZY LOVE
• TAPE DECK SICK
• EMILY WHYTE