Listen to Inhaler’s anthemic new single ‘Totally’

It's the latest preview of the Dublin band's imminent debut album, 'It Won't Always Be Like This'

Inhaler have shared a brand new single – listen to the anthemic, radio-ready ‘Totally’ below.

The track is the final preview of the Dublin band’s debut album ‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’, which is set to be released next week (July 9).

So far, the album has been previewed by its title track and first single ‘Who’s Your Money On?’.

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Speaking of their forthcoming debut album and their progression as a band, bassist Robert Keating said: “We started writing this when we were teenagers and now we’re adults.”

“I wanted the songs to feel positive,” frontman Eli Hewson added. “Because… it won’t always be like this.”

Listen to ‘Totally’ below:

Along with the new track, the band have also announced details of their first full headline tour of North America, taking place in March 2022. A UK tour precedes the US run this autumn.

See the full list of dates below, and grab tickets here.

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MARCH 2022

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

Last week, Inhaler announced a special edition of their debut album featuring artwork by Noel Fielding.

The “extremely limited version” of ‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’ is available to purchase via The Sound Of Vinyl, and the band said they were “honoured” that their “hero” Fielding had reimagined the official cover art in paint. “Thanks to the Lord of the dance for rendering us in your inimitable style, forever grateful,” they said.

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