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DMA's Announce Sophomore LP 'For Now', Share Video For New Song In The Air

Tuesday, 13 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Mclean Stevenson

DMA's have announced their sophomore album.

'For Now', the follow up to 2016's 'Hills End', is due to arrive on April 27 and boasts production by Kim Moyes of the Presets. Speaking about it, the band's Johnny Took said:

“Last time round, we were still working out what kind of band we want to be, and we still are. We still have that jangly rock’n’roll aspect to it, but it’s also matured in other ways. It feels like a natural progression for the band.”

Head below to check out the video for new track In The Air, along with the album's artwork and tracklist.

'For Now' tracklist:

  1. For Now
  2. Dawning
  3. Time & Money
  4. In The Air
  5. The End
  6. Warsaw
  7. Do I Need You Now?
  8. Break Me
  9. Lazy Love
  10. Tape Deck Sick
  11. Health
  12. Emily Whyte

​The Sydney-based band will return to the UK for Liverpool Sound City and the Neighbourhood Weekender in May.

 





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