Aussie indie rockers DMA's are all set for a run of UK dates later this year, announcing details of a tour that represents a huge step up in size of venues for the band who have made serious waves in the UK over the last few years.
Things have been moving pretty fast for the three piece from Sydney, who this year followed upon their 2016 debut Hills End with the equally as infectious For Now and topped the bill at Liverpool Sound City's opening Saturday, whilst also smashing sets at the likes of Neighbourhood Weekender, Lowlands and Reading and Leeds.
Aside from their Britpop-esque bangers, the band have also wowed fans in the past with their stunning cover of Cher's 'Believe' as part of Australian radio station Triple J's 'Like A Version' feature, and told us in an interview earlier this year: "It was Mason's idea."
"He started playing it as a joke at the soundcheck to a live gig in Berlin. We just kind of all joined in one by one and when Tommy started singing it on the mic we all kind of just looked at each other. We were like, wow, that fits your key pretty well, man."