DMA’s announce Glastonbury Performance and Reveal New Video for ‘Timeless’

DMA’s announce Glastonbury Performance and Reveal New Video for ‘Timeless’


from Album ‘Hills End’ out now via Infectious Records

“Britpop revivalists evoke 90’s euphoria. DMA’S represent togetherness in an age of dislocation, hence their day in the sunshine” The Guardian

“Massive choruses. Truly thrilling.” NME

“A trio bought together by a love of music – gradually becoming cult heroes.” Clash Magazine

“The DMA’S are already causing quite a stir.’ NOISEY

DMA’S can finally announce they will be performing at Glastonbury this Thursday 9pm at Williams Green. This coveted sunset slot promises to be a key highlight amongst other UK festival dates this year. The band will also be returning to the UK for a headline October Tour, including a headline date at London’s Electric Ballroom (full dates below).

Watch the video here

Since DMA’S burst on the scene last year they have not stopped with thrilling and anthemic shows all over the world. Debut Album ‘Hills End’ was released 26th February via Infectious records to wide critical acclaim. Singles ‘Delete’, ‘Lay Down’ and ‘In the Moment’ caught the attention of the British media including a Radio One A-List addition, support from Radio X, 6 Music and ‘Record of The World’ from Zane Lowe (Beats Radio).

New single ‘Timeless’ conveys an upbeat rhythm of driven guitars alongside a bass line that is never to be forgotten to create an instant classic. O’Dell’s lyrics emotionally vocalise a failed romance as he belts out “Could it make you happy…I wouldn’t know you from someone else.”

DMA’S played a sold out UK tour in February and have since embarked on a worldwide tour, including Coachella, SXSW and a recent Q headline show at The Great Escape Festival which received rave live reviews… rapidly cementing a reputation as a live band not to be missed.

Tickets for headline tour are on sale now from


DMA, Mason & Johnny. EP out in US / UK / EU May 18th 2015. Touring from April



19th October – Leeds, LUU Stylus

20th October – Manchester, O2 Ritz

21st October – Edinburgh, La Belle Angele

22nd October – Glasgow,SWG3

24th October- London, Electric Ballroom

26th October – Birmingham, O2 Institute 2

27th October -Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms

28th October -Brighton, The Old Market

29th October – Bristol, Bierkeller

Also playing this Summer:


28th June – Boileroom, Guildford

29th June – Roadmender, Northampton

1st July – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

2nd July – O2 Academy Bar Scolar Bar, Leicester

3rd July – Esquires, Bedford

5th July – O2 Academy 2, Oxford
9th July – T in the Park, Perth

11th July – Ku Bar, Stockton on Tees

12th July – The Sugarmill, Stoke on Trent

13th July – The Venue,  Derby

15th July – Truck Festival, Steventon

16th July – Latitude Festival
26th August – Leeds festival, Leeds

27th August – Victorious festival, Portsmouth

28th August – Reading Festival, Reading

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