HOW MANY DREAMS? LP // OUT NOW
HEADLINE APRIL TOUR // INSTORES & SIGNINGS
Stream / Buy HOW MANY DREAMS? Here
Check out All Music UK’s Review Here
DMA’S highly anticipated new album HOW MANY DREAMS? is out now. Across twelve tracks, the album weaves electronic dance elements seamlessly through the beloved foundations of guitar rock, punk and the lyricism of their highest charting album THE GLOW (2020) which peaked at #2 on the ARIA charts, #4 on the UK Official Albums Chart and #1 in Scotland.
An album noted for its explorative qualities and direct positivity, HOW MANY DREAMS? has been gripping fans old and new as the band shared teaser tracks ranging from the electrifying ‘I Don’t Need To Hide’, ‘Olympia’, ‘Fading Like A Picture’ and ‘Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend’ to the more recent, high energy, heart-warming bliss of ‘Something We Are Overcoming’.
The singles from the album have so far seen strong support and playlisting at Virgin Radio, Radio X (winning a Record Of The Year nomination) Absolute, Absolute 20s, Triple J and Triple M, as well as spins at BBC Radio 1. The band appeared on Soccer AM (where they played I Don’t Need To Hide) and will perform live on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch.
A wide range of press have also supported the release including Classic Pop, Clash, Dork, Gigwise, Far Out, Hunger, The I Paper, NME, Record Collector, Rolling Stone and Uncut. The tracks have dominated streaming platforms worldwide with adds to the Spotify New Music Friday across the UK, Australia and New Zealand, Belgium, Netherlands, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam – plus a host of taste maker playlists across Apple, Amazon, Deezer, TIDAL and YouTube Music. During December, DMA’S were the most playlisted artist in Australia.
It has been a period of rediscovery for the band resulting in a record that is the grand sum of every part of who DMA’S are.
With the band now heading into release week, they will play a string of intimate and stripped back instore shows throughout the UK before embarking on a full UK tour which will see them play their biggest London headline show to date at Wembley OVO Arena. They return in the summer for festival slots at Truck, Y Not, Tramlines, Live At Leeds and more.
DMA’S full UK and Irish headline tour begins in April as follows. Tickets are available Here
Wed 05 CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
Thu 06 EXETER University
Fri 07 BOURNEMOUTH O2 Academy
Sun 09 AYLESBURY Waterside Theatre
Mon 10 WOLVERHAMPTON KK’s Steel Mill (SOLD OUT)
Wed 12 LINCOLN Engine Shed (SOLD OUT)
Thu 13 BRADFORD St George’s Hall
Sat 15 MIDDLESBROUGH Town Hall (SOLD OUT)
Sun 16 DUNDEE Fat Sam’s (SOLD OUT)
Mon 17 ABERDEEN Music Hall
Wed 19 GLASGOW O2 Academy (SOLD OUT)
Thu 20 MANCHESTER O2 Apollo (SOLD OUT)
Fri 21 LONDON OVO Wembley Arena
1. How Many Dreams?
3. Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend
4. Dear Future
5. I Don’t Need To Hide
7. Fading Like A Picture
8. Jai Alai
9. Get Ravey
10. 21 Year Vacancy
11. Something We’re Overcoming
12. De Carle
My life is a soundtrack, i track my life through music, photography is my passion, my escape, my expression. Without both i have pieces missing, thankfully i’m blessed and get to combine both.
Born in Manchester, lived in Australia for 22 years where i was heavily involved in the Australian Music Industry, firstly in bands (Singer) and then managing bands (all original), I moved back to the UK, Wales specifically 10 years ago and married my childhood sweetheart and life is good.