DMA’s have announced their fourth album, ‘How Many Dreams?’, with the new single, ‘Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend’

The new 12-track record will be released on March 31st 2023 via I OH YOU.
Photo credit: Kalpesh Lathigra

DMA’S have released a new track, ‘Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend’, the second single from the Aussie trio’s newly-announced fourth album, ‘How Many Dreams?’, which will arrive in full on March 31st.

The new track follows recent single ‘I Don’t Need To Hide’, which was their first release since last year’s ‘I Love You Unconditionally, Sure Am Going to Miss You’ EP. They have released three LP’s to date; ‘Hill’s End’ (2016), ‘For Now’ (2018), and ‘THE GLOW’ (2020).

DMA’S guitarist Jonny Took reflects: “‘Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend’, we’ve all thought it, we’ve all felt it. This song is about letting go of the things that weigh us down and embracing the future with a sense of optimism. Stepping in the ‘Right light in the dark times’.”

The song has also arrived with a new music video, exemplifying the song’s energy with a sunny warmth a friendly company as a euphoric summer comes to a close.

You can listen to ‘Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekendhere, and watch the official music video below:

You can pre-order ‘How Many Dreams?here, with the full tracklist reading as below:

1. How Many Dreams?
2. Olympia
3. Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s The Weekend
4. Dear Future
5. I Don’t Need To Hide
6. Forever
7. Fading Like A Picture
8. Jai Alai
9. Get Ravey
10. 21 Year Vacancy
11. Something We’re Overcoming
12. De Carle

DMA’S have also announced a series of UK headline dates for April 2023, with fan pre-sale commencing next Tuesday, October 25th. See the full dates below:

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