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Inhaler wrote their debut album "It Won’t Always Be Like This" over four years ago. A run of euphoric singles had helped Inhaler gather thrilling momentum by the time the world went into lockdown in March 2020.
Over the next year, as they crafted and honed a debut album in a manner that no-one has ever dreamed of making their debut album – writing sessions over Zoom, quarantine conditions in the studio, no pubs open to reflect on a hard day’s tracking – it was the words of their early single that they kept coming back to: “It won’t always be like this”.
It’s a record of gear changes and different dynamic shades that all fits together seamlessly, interwoven by their comfort blanket melodies and instrumentation that sounds expansive and lean and vital at the same time.
Opening artist: Sun Room
Debut albums are often a snapshot of a young band’s life but events have meant that Inhaler’s first record has a wider lens than most. These are songs that capture the uncertain territory between being a teenager and adulthood.
An album that captures a fascinating evolution; some songs here were among the first they wrote, fuelled by the exuberance of youth, others were written during lockdown as they tried to make sense of a world shapeshifting around them.