“It’s a loud rock song and it’s good to be back” is how Eli Hewson of Inhaler describes the band’s latest single, “Falling In” that dropped today. The mid-tempo track was written late last year and was originally slated to be released earlier this year but got pushed back due to the current pandemic. The quartet last toured with Blossoms in North America late last year and were scheduled to come back for their first headlining run. Inhaler consists of Hewson, Robert Keating, Ryan McMahon and Josh Jenkinson, who formed in 2016 while still in school and over the course of the last two years, have garnered millions of streams for the handful of tracks that they’ve released. With influences ranging from The Stone Roses, Joy Division, The Strokes, Depeche Mode, The Cure and others, their sound is a unique take with its rawness and swagger.

Inhaler - Falling In (Official Audio)