DMA’s have announced details of their new album and a UK tour including Manchester gig at the O2 Apollo.

The band will headline 13 dates across the UK.

DMA’s will release new album How Many Dreams? on 31 March 2023.  The album includes lead single Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend.

Speaking about new track Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend, guitarist Johnny Took said, “Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend; we’ve all thought it, we’ve all felt it. This song is about letting go of the things that weigh us down and embracing the future with a sense of optimism. Stepping in the ‘Right light in the dark times’.”

The single is accompanied by a video directed by Joel Burrows.  The video features Heartbreak High actor Gemma Chua-Tran and puts the song in its natural habitat – in the warmth of the sun, surrounded by friends with the energy of a fading summer.

When do DMA’s headline at Manchester’s O2 Apollo?

DMA’s headline at Manchester’s O2 Apollo on 20 April 2023.  The gig in Manchester is one of 13 dates they have announced:
5 April   –   Cambridge, Corn Exchange
6 April   –   Exeter, University
7 April   –   Bournemouth, O2 Academy
9 April   –   Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre
10 April   –   Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill
12 April   –   Lincoln, Engine Shed
13 April   –   Bradford, St George’s Hall
15 April   –   Middlesbrough, Town Hall
16 April   –   Dundee, Fat Sam’s
17 April   –   Aberdeen, Music Hall
19 April   –   Glasgow, O2 Academy
20 April   –   Manchester, O2 Apollo
21 April   –   London, O2 Brixton Academy

When do tickets go on sale for DMA’s UK headline tour?

Tickets for DMA’s UK headline tour go on sale at 10am on 27 October.  Fans who pre-order the album before 6pm on 24 October via the DMA webstore will get access to a tour pre-sale which opens at 10am on Tuesday 25 October.