DMA’S have shared a new single called ‘Olympia’ – you can listen to it below.
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The song is the latest preview from the Australian trio’s fourth studio album, How Many Dreams?, which is due for release on March 31, 2023 via I OH YOU (Pre-order/pre-save here).
“Olympia” was written for the crowd and it’s dedicated to all our fans, especially those who have been with us since the beginning,” explained guitarist Matt Mason. “We can’t wait to play it for all of you.”
The rousing track is accompanied by an official music video directed by Kyle Caulfield – tune in here:
“Olympia” is the follow-up to DMA’S 2022’s previous singles “I Don’t Need To Hide” and “Everybody’s Saying It’s Thursday Off,” the latter of which was released in October.
talk to NME Earlier this year, band member Johnny Tock explained: “We were finding our feet with a more modern sound. [2020’s] “Bright”.
“With ‘How Many Dreams’ we really nailed it and experimented with a lot of different sounds and different genres. It’s a great mix of three things we love: rock ‘n’ roll tunes, pop songs and electronic music.
He continued, “Our music will always have a nostalgic edge, but [this album] it was about being less and more in the future.”
The DMA’s will be embarking on a UK headline tour next spring – check out the full schedule below and Find remaining tickets here.
Wednesday 5th – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
Thursday 6th – University of Exeter, Great Hall @ Exeter
Friday 7th – Bournemouth, O2 Academy
Sunday 9th – Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury
Monday 10th – Steelworks of Wolverhampton, KK
Wednesday 12th – Lincoln, Engine Barn
Thursday 13th – St George’s Hall, Bradford
Saturday 15th – Middlesbrough, Town Hall
Sunday 16th – Dundee, Fat Sams
Monday 17th – Aberdeen, Music Hall
Wednesday 19th – O2 Academy, Glasgow
Thursday 20 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
Friday 21st – London, O2 Academy Brixton
In addition to The Glow, DMA’S fourth album follows last year’s surprise EP I Love You Unconditionally, Sure Am Going To Miss You.