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Inhaler Announce Second Intimate Show at Dublin’s The Workman’s Club

July 13, 2021

Due to demand, Inhaler have announced a second intimate album show at Dublin’s The Workman’s Club on Saturday 11th December. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Wednesday 14th July and will be available to buy here: http://gigst.rs/InhalerWMCDublin

The Dublin quartet released their debut album ‘It Wont Always Be Like This’ last week and look to be on course to secure a #1 album in both the UK and Ireland. In a post on social media, the band are urging their fans to help them secure the No. 1 spot by ordering a CD, Casette, vinyl, download or stream of the album ahead of the final chart position announce on Friday AM.

“An Irish band hasn’t had a number one on their debut album in the UK for over 13 years….

For anyone that hasn’t got it yet and you’d like to help us get to number one you can order a CD, cassette, vinyl, download it, stream it, get it on iTunes or at your local record shop.

You have until Thursday to make this count.

It would mean the world to us and hopefully inspire other bands like us.”

The Irish quartet are one of the most exciting bands to emerge over the past few years and ‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’ lives up to their thrilling potential. Singer and guitarist Eli Hewson, bassist Robert Keating, guitarist Josh Jenkinson and drummer Ryan McMahon have made a record that captures their evolution from exciting upstarts to refined songsmiths. It takes in a dazzling array of sonic textures, where huge, hooky choruses perfectly meld with intricate, dynamic instrumentation.

Recorded with long-term collaborator and producer Antony Genn at London’s Narcissus Studios, it’s a coming-of-age record about losing yourself and finding yourself again, trying to make sense of the world when the world doesn’t make much sense. It charts a path of sonic exploration, from the sweeping urgency of the title track and ‘My Honest Face’ to the lush synth-pop of ‘Slide Out The Window’ to the lithe, space-y grooves of ‘A Night On The Floor’. It is a debut of depth and colour.

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