One of the breakthrough bands of the past decade, the Dublin quartet recently returned with These Are The Days, a widescreen indie-rock anthem and the group’s first new music since the release of their debut album It Won’t Always Be Like This in July 2021, a record that went to the top of the charts in both the UK and Ireland.
Singer and guitarist Eli Hewson, bassist Robert Keating, guitarist Josh Jenkinson and drummer Ryan McMahon formed the band as teenagers in Dublin seeking to emulate the big-thinking, big-chorused indie-rock bands they worshipped with some uplifting anthems of their own.
The group have had a huge summer of festival dates in 2022, including their first Glastonbury performance plus appearances at Pinkpop, BBK Live, Truck, Tramlines, Lollapalooza Chicago, and a 5000 capacity headline show in Dublin. During the tour to support It Won’t Always Be Like This, Inhaler played to over 40,000 fans during US and European tours. The band recently supported Arctic Monkeys across mainland Europe on the Sheffield group’s first live shows in three years.
Inhaler have now racked up over 150 million combined streams globally and their debut was a certified Brit Breakthrough that sold over 120,000 across the world. These Are The Days is the first track to emerge from sessions for Inhaler’s forthcoming second album. Stay tuned for more information on album two.