1. DMA'S - 2nd & final Brisbane show announced! + special guests revealed

    DMA'S - 2nd & final Brisbane show announced! + special guests revealed

    7 Aug 2023

    Kicking off their biggest Australian headline tour to date next month – 20 huge shows across 16 cities and towns – multi-Platinum Sydney trio DMA'S are pleased today to reveal the special guests joining the tour, plus some further news! 

    Call it a veritable who’s who of rising talent, drum roll please for the incredible acts fans can catch when they join DMA’S on the road this Sept/Oct… 

    Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers (Hobart, Frankston, Melbourne, Wodonga, Canberra, Thirroul, Newcastle, Coffs Harbour, Kingscliff, Cairns): Opening 11 shows is Canberra punkers Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers, who delivered one of the albums of 2023 so far with their highly anticipated debut I Love You. Pure joy, rage, and euphoria, delivered with precision and heart. 

    Royel Otis (Newcastle, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast): Otis Pavlovic and Royel Maddell are Sydney dream pop duo Royel Otis, who just released latest single ‘Adored’. Namechecked by NME as ‘Ones To Watch’, the band’s winsome vibe has seen their streaming stats take off – don’t miss them in Brisbane.

    The Buoys (Castlemaine, Melbourne, Torquay): Hailing from Newcastle, The Buoys are set to take to the stage on Spilt Milk festival this November, while they recently supported UK outfit Idles in July. Single ‘I Want You’ was #1 most played on triple j – don’t miss their fiery anthems and indie guitar hooks. 

    Hayley Mary (Adelaide): With her striking vocals and swaggering, mesmerising performances, Hayley Mary conquered the charts with The Jezabels before captivating fans again with her solo releases – the latest being five-track EP Fall In Love, co-produced by with Oscar Dawson (Holy Holy). 

    Fazerdaze (Sydney): signed to label Flying Nun is New Zealand indie pop songwriter and producer Fazerdaze (Amelia Murray). Amelia’s latest EP, Break!, is the follow-up to her globally recognised debut Morningside.  

    Sitting Down (Newcastle): Opening proceedings in their NSW hometown is psychedelic pop outfit Sitting Down, heard on 2023 EP Taking Off. Creating lush and mesmerising music with just the right amount of grit, the band are fast cementing themselves as rising stars. 

    Sumner (Hobart): Recently supporting SAFIA, PNAU and Boo Seeka is Tassie duo Sumner, comprised of Chloe Wilson and Jack McLaine. They’ve performed at Party In The Paddock, For The Love and Wine Machine – don’t miss them when they join DMA’S at the Tassie show. 

    Brisbane: with the band’s first show at The Tivoli now officially sold out, a 2nd and final performance (same venue) on Tuesday 24 October has been added – tickets are on sale now via

    Finally, the Hottest 100 of Like A Version winners have also today dropped a brand new video to share, for single ‘Get Ravey’. Directed by Errol Rainey and shot in Paris, check it out here.

    Fresh from smashing it across the UK and with final tickets on sale now, this is set to the be the biggest Aussie tour of the year. Don’t miss DMA’S next month!   

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