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DMA's have announced that their new album 'The Glow' is being pushed back

Originally set to drop on 24th April, it'll now arrive on 10th July.
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Published: 9:48 am, March 24, 2020
DMA's have announced that their new album 'The Glow' is being pushed back

DMA's have announced that their new album 'The Glow' is being pushed back to later this year.

Originally set to drop on 24th April, it'll now arrive on 10th July.

“Due to everything that’s going on, we have had to postpone its release,” the band explained. “All pre-orders will be honoured and sent out for the new date, and despite the delay, we will have new music for you soon – stay safe.”

They've already previewed the record with singles ‘Silver’ and ‘Life Is a Game of Changing’

You can check out the announcement below.

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