News: DMA’s announce ‘Live at Brixton’ album and release exciting video for track ‘Lay Down (Live at Brixton)’

Sydney’s DMA’s made Backseat Mafia’s top 100 albums for 2020 for the brilliant album ‘Glow’ (review here) and following a spate of singles and a delayed opportunity to tour the album, they have just announced the release of a double album of their last proper live gig in Europe at Brixton O2 Centre in early 2020. Slated for release on Friday, 5 of March 2021, it is almost a year to the day of the spectacular gig that was streamed later last year.

The live album will be available on-line and as a special edition double LP in smoked pink (to match the colour of the flares released during the performance) through I Oh You Records in Australia. You can pre-order here.

The first release off this album is ‘Lay Down’ and you can see why this will be an exciting prospect. DMA’s have proven time and time again that they excel in the live arena: with anthemic songs that are just made for the stadium atmosphere. Off their debut album, this is a spine-tingling performance that captures the band’s euphoric choruses and rakish delivery:

If you caught the stream of this gig, you will know this will be a special release.

Following a sold out 24 date ‘Unplugged and Intimate’ tour in Sydney and Brisbane last year (plus a performance at the AFL Grand Final and a televised New Year’s Eve special from Sydney Harbour), DMA’S are set to make a long-awaited full band return to touring in 2021 with a headline UK tour, which includes a huge 10,000 capacity gig at London’s Alexandra Palace, followed by their largest Australian headline tour to date in Sep/Oct. Tickets for all shows on sale now from

Details of the UK/Ireland tour are as follows:


4th – Newcastle, O2 Academy 

7th – Southampton, O2 Guildhall 

9th – Liverpool, Echo Arena 

10th – London, Alexandra Palace 

13th – Dublin, The Academy (SOLD OUT) 

14th – Dublin, The Academy (SOLD OUT) 

16th – Norwich, The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA 

17th – Hull, Bonus Arena 



10th – Leeds, Millennium Square – Sounds of the City 

11th – Manchester, Castlefield Bowl – Sounds of the City (SOLD OUT) 



4th – Newcastle, Live From Times Square 

6th – Edinburgh, Summer Sessions 

Details of the Australian tour are as follows:

Friday 24 September
Thebarton Theatre | Adelaide, SA

All Ages | Ph 136 100

Sunday 26 September
Fremantle Arts Centre | Fremantle, WA
18+ | Ph 1300 762 545

Saturday 2 October
The Fortitude Music Hall | Brisbane, QLD
All Ages | Ph 136 100

Friday 8 October
Margaret Court Arena | Melbourne, VIC
All Ages | Ph 132 849

Saturday 9 October
Hordern Pavilion | Sydney, NSW
All Ages | Ph 132 849

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