INHALER – ” Cuts & Bruises “

Posted: February 17, 2023 in MUSIC

Inhaler have their second album ‘Cuts & Bruises’ due out February 17th 2023. It’s the album we’ve always wanted to make. We’ve been working on these songs for a while now and can’t wait to take them around the world and play them for you all next year.

The Irish indie boys are back with their second album. Following on from their phenomenal debut, we only have high hopes for this record. With their second album ‘Cuts & Bruises’ out next month and upcoming shows with Arctic Monkeys and Harry Styles, Inhaler are entering 2023 as indie’s brightest rising hopes.

They’ve gotten musically tighter and emotionally open on ‘Cuts & Bruises’, a record that also shows the wisdom they’ve gleaned from years on the road.

Inhaler return with their 2nd album “Cuts and Bruises” in 2023. The album includes the singles “These Are The Days” and “Love Will Get You There”. “Cuts and Bruises” is the follow-up to Inhaler’s debut “It Won’t Always Be Like This” which debuted at no.1 in both the UK & Irish Official Charts. 

It Won’t Always Be Like This” became the fastest-selling debut album on vinyl by any band this century and saw Inhaler become the first Irish group to top the album charts with a debut in 13 years. 2022 has seen a relentless touring schedule with a run of festival dates, including their first Glastonbury performance, a homecoming gig in Dublin at the city’s Fairview Park alongside support shows with Arctic Monkeys and Kings of Leon.

Set for release on 17th February via Polydor Records, Inhaler have their second album ‘Cuts & Bruises’.

The follow-up to last year’s debut ‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’, they’re giving us the first taste of what to expect from their forthcoming LP with new track ‘Love Will Get You There’.

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