29 April 2020, 21:30 | Up to date: 29 April 2020, 21:31

Discover out the story behind the Aussie trio’s highly effective monitor, which comes from their 2016 Hills Finish album.

DMA‘S have gathered a reasonably large following, with beneficial comparisons made between them and the likes of Oasis and The Stone Roses.

The band – who’re comprised of Tommy O’Dell, Johnny Took and Matt Mason – have endorsements from huge names within the music world, with Oasis legend Liam Gallagher giving their For Now album the thumbs up and Courteeners frontman Liam Fray calling them “adopted Mancs”.

Johnny Took stopped by Radio X to reply a few of the band’s Most Googled Questions, and revealed the which means behind certainly one of their most-loved tracks, Step Up The Morphine.

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Talking concerning the track, which featured on the bands 2016 Hills Finish album, Took revealed: “Step Up The Morphine was I assume initially about my grandmother passing away.”

Nevertheless, speaking concerning the highly effective monitor, which incorporates the lyrics, “Shedding expression/ Going through the order/ Step up the morphine/Stand by my facet,” he revealed it was extra of a constructive and life-changing track.

“[It was] not like in an actual unhappy factor,” he defined. “Extra a celebration of her life, as a result of I might by no means had somebody near me go away.”

Watch them carry out Step Up The Morphine at their MTV Unplugged set:

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