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Inhaler return with blistering new track ‘Falling In’

Debuted earlier tonight on Radio 1, strap yourselves in - it’s a belter
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Published: 7:58 pm, May 20, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Inhaler return with blistering new track ‘Falling In’

Look, we’ve talked about how great Inhaler are plenty of times. It’s why they were sitting on our cover at the end of last year as one of the must-see bands filling our Hype List for 2020.

We don’t know what else we can say… except BLIMEY. Inhaler are back with a storming new track ‘Falling In’

Debuted earlier tonight as the Hottest Record In The World by Annie Mac on Radio 1, it sits as the anticipated follow-up to ‘We Have To Move On’ - released earlier this year.

Speaking about the track, frontman Eli Hewson says: “'Falling In' is a song about the battles that we all have with our own ego. I think being a young band on tour, and seeing our music connect with audiences from different parts of the world has opened our eyes to the excitement and exhilaration of life and being up on stage and feeling wanted and loved can be a very powerful drug. We are just beginning to encounter our own egos and becoming aware that allowing it to be in charge of who you are can be your downfall. You can cut yourself on its sharp edges and bleed to death if you’re not careful. We want to meet our egos head on, shake their hands and give them a hug. We are not afraid of them… we know we need each other. Your ego can be your friend, but you need your mates to make sure it doesn’t boss you around.”

Stop messing about and click play on ‘Falling In’ below, and while you’re at it - check out our cover chat with the band from the end of last year here. Inhaler aren’t messing about ok?!

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