Dublin quartet Inhaler recently completed a UK and

European tour that saw them sell over 7,000 tickets

and play to frenzied, sold-out crowds. November saw

them support Blossoms across the US, before

heading to Mexico for a slot at Corona Capital.

They’ve announced a new run of dates in the UK &

Europe for 2020 that will include a show at London’s

Heaven on Thursday 20th February, their biggest

headline show to date. Kasabian recently announced

Inhaler as one of the support acts at their huge

hometown show at Leicester’s Victoria Park next

summer.

 

Four friends who formed the band in school, Elijah

Hewson, Robert Keating, Ryan McMahon and Josh

Jenkinson bonded over a love of similar groups,

taking in The Stone Roses, Joy Division, The

Strokes, Depeche Mode, Interpol, Kings Of Leon,

The Cure and more.

 

Over a handful of singles – It Wont Always Be Like

This, My Honest Face & Ice Cream Sundae - they

have amassed a diehard fanbase, with their tracks

being streamed over 8 million times. They make

songs about being young and finding your way,

music that connects. “I’m just trying to write about the

joy of being alive, being a teenager, and the bad

things that can come with that. I don’t like it to be all  happy,

I don’t like it to be all sad”, says frontman Hewson.