- 31 May 22
The Dublin band have left fans speculating after last night's post on social media.
In the run-up to their highly anticipated homecoming show at Fairview Park, Dublin, Inhaler have shared a mysterious release date on their social media platforms – hinting that new music is on the way on June 10th.
The post also features images of the individual members of the band playing in the studio.
"Single-handedly saving our summers with a new tune???" the Ilosaarirock music festival in Finland commented under the post. "Yes?!"
Earlier this year, Inhaler shared a video of themselves in Narcissus Studio in London, "working on new album material."
The upcoming release will arrive just after a string of Irish dates – with Inhaler set to play the Gleneagle INEC Arena, Co. Kerry (June 6); Cyprus Avenue, Cork (7); and Dolan's Warehouse, Limerick (8); before their biggest hometown headliner ever at Fairview Park, Dublin on June 25.
Last year, Inhaler released their acclaimed debut album, It Won't Always Be Like This, through Polydor. The album went No.1 in both Ireland and the UK, marking the Irish band – made up of singer/guitarist Eli Hewson, bassist Robert Keating, guitarist Josh Jenkinson and drummer Ryan McMahon – as one of the most exciting acts to emerge from these shores in years.
"There is still a long road to travel before global domination is achieved, but It Won’t Always Be Like This is foot-stomping confirmation that Inhaler are one of Ireland’s hottest rising rock acts," Ciaran Brennan wrote in his review of the album for Hot Press. "Next stop, the world."
— Inhaler (@InhalerDublin) May 30, 2022
Stay tuned for an upcoming interview with Inhaler in the next issue of Hot Press...