The Dublin band are quickly creating ripples in the musical rock-pool.
Led by Eli Hewson the quartet started the year with an incredible accolade.
Named on the shortlist of The BBC Sounds Of 2020.
The highly prestigious accolade was described by Eli, "As a band it kind of turned us from selling on the street to being in Tesco!"
Hewson, Robert Keating, Ryan McMahon and Josh Jenkinson bonded over a love of similar groups, taking in The Stone Roses, Joy Division, The Strokes, The Cure, Interpol, Depeche Mode and more.
They have a diehard fanbase and their tracks have been streamed over 25 million times globally and sold over 10,000 tickets for their UK and European Tour.
The excitement for this young band hit fever pitch.
According to Eli,
It was really tough because we were on such an amazing buzz, but we took the positives and Lockdown has inspired us to write a lot more. Working off Zoom has been very weird but we are now holed up in Quarantine together in London writing new songs
Irish band @InhalerDublin were making HUGE strides in the music bizz, then Covid-19 hit.🇮🇪🎶@FergDarcy caught up with frontman Elijah Hewson to talk about their BBC Sound of 2020 nom, supporting @BlossomsBand on tour, making music in lockdown & more! 👀 pic.twitter.com/sJDay1SgpY
— Today FM (@TodayFM) June 16, 2020
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'Falling In' was filmed in isolation using Zoom. We have been using it for meeting but the lads took it to another level. The effect they achieved is excellent.