Just a couple o’ blokes from Sydney, on one of the biggest late night TV shows in the world. That was the reality of DMA’s last night, who performed their breakthrough single, Delete, last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
The band have just released their debut album, Hills End, last month, and are in the US for stints at both SXSW and Coachella, so their global takeover is well under way, and this performance not only thrust them into the lives of people across America (and across the world too), but reaffirmed their status as one of, if not the best export Australia has right now. One of their best performances yet, you could practically hear a pin drop the audience was so silent as Tommy O’Dell sung his forlorn tune, backed up by Johnny Took and Matt Mason. Check it out below:
Once the boys have wrapped things up in the US, they’ll be heading home for a jaunt around their own country, hitting most capital cities as well as The Big Pineapple Festival. Tickets are already scarce, so by the time late May/early June rolls around for this tour, it doesn’t look like there will be any left at all. Check out the dates below and jump on the remaining few now!
DMA’s 2016 Australian Tour Dates:
Friday 27 May: The Zoo, Brisbane
Friday 3 June: Fat Controller, Adelaide
Saturday 4 June: The Rosemount, Perth
Friday 10 June: The Metro, Sydney
Saturday 11 June: The Corner, Melbourne
Saturday 28 May: The Big Pineapple, Sunshine Coast QLD