Robert Carlyle praises DMA'S "brilliant" The Glow album
11 July 2020, 16:30 | Updated: 27 July 2020, 17:29
The Scottish actor - who famously portrayed Begbie in Trainspotting - has given the Aussie trio's third studio album the thumbs up.
Robert Carlyle has praised DMA'S new album.
The Aussie trio released their third studio effort The Glow this Friday (10 July), and the Scottish actor - who's known for playing Begbie in the Trainspotting films - took to Twitter to give it the thumbs up.
Retweeting the band, the star wrote: "Love it! Brilliant album from a truly lovely bunch of guys".
The Glow follows the band's debut album Hills End in 2016 and its follow-up For Now in 2018.
Addressing their followers about the release, the band - who are comprised of Johnny Took, Tommy O'Dell and Matt Mason - wrote: "Thank you to our amazing fans for the support over the last few years. We’re very proud of this record and we hope it connects with you as much as it does with us. This album is now yours and we hope it gives you some light."
To celebrate the album, DMA'S have joined Radio X's John Kennedy for a special album playback.
In an interview, which was recorded before social distancing measures, Johnny Took joined us to go through every single song on the new record.
Watch DMA'S The Glow track-by-track on Friday 10 July from 11pm on Radio X.
Watch DMA's Tommy O'Dell cover Fatboy Slim's Praise You: