Inhaler
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Fairview Park, Dublin

Saturday 25th June 2022
with special guests WETLEG & NEWDAD

Tickets €29.40 incl. booking fee
Doors 6pm | Over 16’s 

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INHALER ANNOUNCE THEIR BIGGEST HOMETOWN HEADLINER YET

FOLLOWING THE RELEASE OF THEIR UK & IRELAND NO.1 DEBUT ALBUM ‘IT WON’T ALWAYS BE LIKE THIS’, INHALER ANNOUNCE THEIR BIGGEST HOMETOWN SHOW EVER AT FAIRVIEW PARK, THIS SUMMER, SATURDAY 25TH JUNE 2022

https://Inhaler.lnk.to/ItWontAlwaysBeLikeThisPR

Inhaler last year released their highly-anticipated debut album It Won’t Always Be Like This through Polydor. The album went to No.1 in both the UK and Irish album charts. 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.

A Covid-enforced delay encouraged the four-piece to find new levels as a band, opening up both their sound and their lyrical themes. Songs about meeting girls turned into reflections on society and how to get through tough periods. “We started writing this when we were teenagers and now we’re adults,” says Keating. “I wanted the songs to feel positive,” adds Hewson. “Because… it won’t always be like this.”

The album shares its title with one of the group’s early singles – a storming, exhilarating singalong of the sort that has become their calling card. But its meaning has changed for the band over the past year, becoming something more hopeful in uncertain times. “There’s a sense of optimism on this album and the song It Won’t Always Be Like This is the main catalyst for that,” says Hewson. “We kept coming back to that title.”

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.

Inhaler have made all their early promise count. It Won’t Always Be Like This is a triumph.

The band will embark on a tour of North America in March 2022, before heading on a tour of Europe in April 2022.

MARCH 2022

4th Terminal West, Atlanta (SOLD OUT)
5th The Basement East, Nashville (SOLD OUT)
7th 9:30 Club, Washington D.C.
8th Theatre Of Living Arts, Philadelphia
10th Irving Plaza, New York
11th Warsaw, Brooklyn
12th Royale, Boston
14th Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto
15th Saint Andrews Hall, Detroit
17th House Of Blues, Chicago
18th The Rave, Milwaukee
19th First Avenue, Minneapolis
21st Summit Music Hall, Denver
22nd The Depot, Salt Lake City
24th Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver
25th The Showbox, Seattle
26th Wonder Ballroom, Portland
28th The Fillmore, San Francisco
29th The Observatory North Park, San Diego
31st The Belasco, Los Angeles (SOLD OUT)

APRIL 2022
1st The Belasco, Los Angeles
16th Knust, Hamburg
17th Hole44, Berlin
18th Im Wizemann, Stuttgart
20th Gebäude 9, Cologne
21st La Trabendo, Paris
22nd Den Atelier, Luxembourg
24th Cirque Royal, Brussels
25th Paradiso, Amsterdam (SOLD OUT)
26th Paradiso, Amsterdam
28th Amager Bio, Copenhagen
29th Parkteatret, Oslo
30th Debaser Strand, Stockholm

MAY 2022
2nd Posten, Odense
4th Lucerna Music Bar, Prague
5th Flex Club, Vienna
7th Hansa 39, Munich
8th Mascotte, Zurich
9th Magazzini Generali, Milan
11th La Paloma, Nimes
12th La (2) De Apolo, Barcelona
13th Sala Cats, Madrid
16th Izvestia Hall, Moscow
18th Atlas Club, Kyiv
19th Lukiskiu Kalejime, Vilnius
29th Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington, UK

JUNE 2022

6th INEC Gleneagle, Kerry, Ireland
7th Cyprus Avenue, Cork, Ireland
8th Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick, Ireland
11th Summer Sessions, Dundee, UK
15th Bergenfest, Bergen, Norway
17th Hurricane Festival, Scheeßel, Germany
18th Southside Festival, Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany
19th Pinkpop Festival, Landgraaf, Netherlands
25th Fairview Park, Dublin, Ireland
29th Open’er Festival, Gdynia, Poland

JULY 2022
7th NOS Alive, Lisbon, Portugal
8th BBK Live, Bilbao, Spain
14th Slottsfjell, Tønsberg, Norway
16th Colours of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic
17th Ilosaarirock Festival, Joensuu, Finland
23rd – Tramlines, Sheffield, UK
24th Truck Festival, Abingdon, UK

AUGUST 2022

9th Zorlu Performing Arts Centre, Istanbul (with Arctic Monkeys)
10th Zorlu Performing Arts Centre, Istanbul (with Arctic Monkeys)
12th Port of Burgas, Burgas (with Arctic Monkeys)
15th Sziget Festival, Budapest, Hungary
16th Pula Arena, Pula (with Arctic Monkeys)
18th Vystaviste Praha, Prague (with Arctic Monkeys)
25th Rock En Seine, Paris, France

 

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