As one would expect from a second album the latest offering from Sydney trio DMA’s demonstrates the growth they’ve undergone as a group. The band are also unafraid to dip their toes into new exciting territory, which makes this record all the more dynamic.
With For Now the group does something special by injecting a dreamy, heartfelt emotion into catchy pop tunes. In The Air and record closer Emily Whyte showcase this incredibly.
Throughout the remainder of the record the trio continues to peruse their Brit-pop influenced sound but also tweak it just enough to create something uniquely their own.
For Now is certainly worth taking the time out of your day for a focused listening session, in particular check out Time & Money.
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