DMA'S releases infectious new single 'Olympia' ahead of new studio album
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DMA’S releases infectious new single ‘Olympia’ ahead of new studio album

The DMA’S reveal exhilarating new single Olympia, ahead of the release of their fourth studio album How Many Dreams?

Revving up for a stellar year ahead of them, the DMA’S have blessed us with their latest single Olympia, taken from their highly anticipated fourth studio album, How Many Dreams?, which is slated for release on the 31st of March 2023.

Despite their recent releases seeing them leaning towards a more polished electronic sound, Olympia sees the trio strip their sound back to their roots, delivering ear-worm guitar riffs, sweeping melodies, and that hit of nostalgic indie-rock vibes that we have all loved from them.

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Olympia is an exhilarating release that features velvety vocals and an infectious melody, that will have you yearning for more. Lucky for us, they didn’t just drop the single without giving us something more to sink our teeth into.

Accompanying the release of Olympia is a fresh new music video, that was directed by Kyle Caulfield. The video follows the wholesome story of the importance of sentiment in our lives.

Guitarist Matt Mason comments, “Olympia was written for a crowd, and is a dedication to all of our fans, especially the ones who’ve been with us from the start. we can’t wait to play it for you all.”

As the band sits on the cusp of the release of their new album, we can acknowledge that How Many Dreams? is just the starting point for them, as it sees them drawing from a wider sonic palette than ever before. With 70 early demos, the album promises that this will be one of their most intoxicating releases yet. Delivering songs to come up to and songs to come down to, the album showcases the band emerging from a darker place and bringing in exhilarating future sounds by breaking down the barriers that tried to hold them back, catapulting them to the top of their game.

You can now stream Olympia below via Spotify.