DMA’s have announced the rescheduled dates for their UK tour which was supposed to have started last week due to the ongoing pandemic.
The tour will now take place later this year and will see them kick the run of dates off on October 14th in Southampton before they make stops off in Hull and Norwich with all roads leading to London’s Alexandra Palace which will see them play their biggest ever headline show.
The band also make room for a headline performance at Newcastle’s Hit The North Festival on Sunday 18 October.
The Australian band were also set to return to the UK this summer for a special performance at Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl on July 9th which now looks very uncertain. However, it is still yet to be officially cancelled. They have also made the decision due to the ongoing situation to move their third album The Glow back from April 24th to July 10th.
DMA’s will also be streaming their headline performance from London’s O2 Brixton Academy from last month on their Facebook and YouTube on Wednesday evening at 9pm (GMT).
Guitarist Johnny Took recently shared the debut single from his new side project Big Time which comprises of him and his brother Matty, taking to Twitter, he wrote: “For people asking if DMA’S are ramping it down because me and Matty are releasing music under BIG TIME chill hard – DMA’S are just getting started. Matty and I have been playing music together since we were kids and we just wanna give some of that love to ya. Peace.”
DMA’S rescheduled UK tour dates:
Southampton, O2 Guildhall (October 14)
Norwich, University of East Anglia (15)
Hull, Bonus Arena (17)
Newcastle, Hit the North Festival (18)
London, Alexandra Palace (23)