- 10 Mar 22
Indie-outfit Inhaler are due back in Ireland this summer at Dublin's Fairview Park for their biggest home-town headlining gig yet.
Only five shows into their It Won't Always Be Like This North American tour, Dubliners Inhaler have been forced to reschedule a hand-full of dates due to COVID-19 cases within the touring party.
The rescheduled shows include New York's Irving Plaza, Brooklyn Warsaw, Boston Royale and Toronto Phoenix. The tour will pick back up in Detroit on March 15.
On Twitter, the group announced the new dates and explained all previously purchased tickets will still be valid upon rescheduling.
— Inhaler (@InhalerDublin) March 9, 2022
The North American leg is just the beginning of a colossal touring schedule for the indie outfit, which sees them across the US, Canada, Europe and the UK from March to August. The group are due back home in Dublin's Fairview Park on June 25 for their biggest home-town headlining gig yet.
The band's debut album went to No.1 in both the UK and Irish album charts – and was described by Hot Press as "foot-stomping confirmation that Inhaler are one of Ireland’s hottest rising rock acts." Before going Stateside, the four-piece teased a follow-up record via Twitter.
Here’s a little treat from us working on new album material, alongside an instrumental we released on vinyl many moons ago.
America, we’ll be seeing you next week.
Lots of love,
— Inhaler (@InhalerDublin) February 24, 2022
Last year, Inhaler graced the cover of Hot Press and chatted to Stuart Clark about setting their sights as a band following It Won't Always Be Like This.
"We’ve got to deliver a debut album that’s as good as the first Clash or Strokes record. If you don’t aspire to that you shouldn’t be in a band...When the first lockdown happened I thought, ‘You can either sit around moaning at the injustice of it all or make this work to your advantage’, so I wrote… a lot."
Read the full interview with Inhaler, here.