16.02.18 TUNBRIDGE WELLS Forum Basement
17.02.18 EDINBURGH Sneaky Pete’s
18.02.18 GLASGOW Broadcast
19.02.18 LEEDS Lending Room
21.02.18 BRIGHTON Sticky Mikes
22.02.18 CARDIFF The Moon
23.02.18 BIRMINGHAM Sunflower Lounge
24.02.18 OXFORD The Cellar
The first four of these plus Birmingham will see DMT supported by Austrian rock trio Mother’s Cake. Both acts are signed to the Membran label for the release of their music in Europe.
Currently completing the recording of their second album, DMT’s most recent release was the autumn 2017 single ‘Interstellar’. Taken from their 2016 debut album ‘Either That Or The Moon’, the epic track was edited from its original nine minute duration to just under five and boasted a superb video directed by Daniel Turner of Sound & Colour. It won a Video of the Year accolade from the UK site Live4Ever
Watch the Music Video for Interstellar below:
Formed in 2012, Desert Mountain Tribe released their debut album ‘Either That Or The Moon’ in the spring of 2016 to positive reviews from UK publications such as Shindig, Classic Rock, Louder Than War, Drowned In Sound and The Arts Desk. Subsequent releases have included two digital EP’s, ‘If You Don’t Know Can You Don’t Know Köln’ and ‘Live At St. Pancras Old Church’, plus the Youth mixed single ‘Enos In Space (Top Of The World)’. The band spent much of 2017 on the road, including tours of both North America and mainland Europe, with new drummer Frank van der Ploeg joining the group in the autumn.
“Evokes prime era Cult and early, pre-croon Verve but could also rub shoulders in classic rock company. 4 out of 5.” SHINDIG!
“Desert Mountain Tribe have crafted one of 2016’s finest debuts in ‘Either That Or The Moon’. In fact, why stop at the moon? The galaxy is theirs for the taking. 9 out of 10.” DROWNED IN SOUND
“Epic reverb laden excursions into widescreen psych. 8 out of 10.” LOUDER THAN WAR
“The kind of confident form that sets them apart from the competition. 4 out of 5” UPSET
“An astounding debut album that nods to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club if they were on an even stronger cocktail of amphetamines and psychedelics. If guitar music appeals to you in a big way, then this is good sustenance for your ringing ears.” GIGWISE
“Songs such as the organ-fuelled ‘Enos In Space’ are on their way to somewhere fans of Kasabian may appreciate, although there’s more than enough squalling garage to keep the heads happy too.” THE ARTS DESK
“A triumphant album which plays to its strengths and then some. Desert Mountain Tribe are here to stay.” ECHOES AND DUST