They just can’t get enough of The Steel City. Leaders of the Britpop survival: DMA’s, are returning to Sheffield. And very soon too!

The Aussie trio are set to play the O2 Academy on the 16th December. It was not long since the band headlined The Plug while touring second album For Now. It was only last May in fact.

They’ve been busy chaps not only touring their album but supporting some rock legends including: Liam Gallagher, Richard Ashcroft & Kasabian.

DMA’s’ approach to music has been simple and successful so far in their career. “If you put it on, turn it up loud and it gives you a vibe, it’s good to go,” frontman Tommy O’Dell told us last year.

This no-nonsense attitude to touring and releasing music is one reason why the band have out-grown the humble 800 capacity Plug for the O2. It is also why they have gone on to be nominated for three ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards) awards this year.

When not touring, the Sydney-based band have been performing covers like, Cher’s ‘Believe’ and Atomic Kitten’s ‘Whole again’, the former racking up over 6.6m views on Youtube.

DMA’s will be joined by Neon Waltz and Rosborough as support at the gig.

Tickets have sold out most platforms now so expect a bustling show.

To join the waiting list for tickets click here and to see more tour dates, here.

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Will Fisher

Journalism graduate from The University of Sheffield, all-round music dweeb, and mac 'n' cheese enthusiast.

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