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DMA's have named their new album, and announced a whopper of a show at Ally Pally

The trio have shared their new single ‘Life Is A Game Of Changing’, too.
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Published: 4:59 pm, January 31, 2020
DMA's have named their new album, and announced a whopper of a show at Ally Pally

DMA's have named their new album, and announced a whopper of a show at Ally Pally.

'The Glow' - their third full-length - will be released on 24th April, accompanied by sold out shows at London's ULU and Brixton Academy in March, festival sets at Live At Leeds and Hit The North, and now also a night at Alexandra Palace on 23rd October.

The trio have shared their new single ‘Life Is A Game Of Changing’, too - have a listen below.

The album's full tracklisting reads:

1. Never Before
2. The Glow
3. Silver
4. Life Is A Game of Changing
5. Criminals
6. Strangers
7. Learning Alive
8. Hello Girlfriend
9. Appointment
10. Round & Around
11. Cobracaine

Catch DMA's on tour:

MARCH
05 University Of London Union, London (SOLD OUT)
06 O2 Brixton Academy, London (SOLD OUT)

MAY
01 Bonus Arena, Hull
02 Live At Leeds Festival
03 Hit The North Festival, Newcastle
05 O2 Guildhall, Southampton
06 UEA, Norwich

JULY
09 Sounds Of The City, Castlefield Bowl, Manchester (SOLD OUT)
18 Hampden Park, Glasgow (SOLD OUT)

OCTOBER
23 Alexandra Palace, London

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