Inhaler Reach Number One In Irish Album Charts For Second Time

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Inhaler have once again reached top spot in the Irish album charts with their album ‘Cuts And Bruises’. 

This marks the second number one achieved by the Irish band, after their first album ‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’ reached the Irish chart summit in 2021.

‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’ also became the fastest selling debut vinyl album to be released by any band this century.

Included in the album are the singles ‘Just To Keep You Satisfied’, which entered the Irish Homegrown Singles Chart at number 5.

‘If You’re Gonna Break My Heart’ came in at number 39 in airplay chart, as well as number 35 in the Shazam 200 Chart.

Earlier this month, Inhaler sat down for a chat with our very own Marty Miller from Marty@Work to discuss among many things, how this single came about.

Check this out here.

Inhaler To Take Your Breath Away At World Tour

Inhaler who are fronted by singer Elijah Hewson son of U2 singer Bono, are currently in the middle of a major world tour, which includes shows which will see them support acts such as Sam Fender, Arctic Monkeys and Harry Styles.

See the full tour dates below.

MARCH

6th – Emo’s, Austin, US

7th – White Oak Music Hall, Houston, US

8th – The Echo Lounge, Dallas, US

10th – Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville, US

11th – Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta, US

13th – 9:30 Club, Washington DC, US

14th – 9:30 Club, Washington DC, US

16th – TLA, Philadelphia, US

17th – Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, US

18th – House of Blues, Boston, US

20th – Corona Theatre, Montreal, CA

21st – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, CA

23rd – St Andrews Hall, Detroit, US

24th – Riviera Theatre, Chicago, US

25th – First Avenue, Minneapolis, US

27th – Summit, Denver, US

28th – The Complex Grand, Salt Lake City, US

30th – The Showbox, Seattle, US

31st – Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, CA

APRIL

1st – Wonder Ballroom, Portland, US

3rd – The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, US

5th – The Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, US

6th – The Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, US

21st – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, BE

22nd – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, BE

24th – Tipsarena, Linz, Austria

25th – Zenith Arena, Munich, DE (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

27th – Sporthalle, Hamburt, DE (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

29th – Avicii Arena, Stockholm, SW (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

30th – Spektrum, Oslo, NO (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

 

MAY

2nd – Mercedes Benz Arena, Berlin, DE (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

3rd – Rudolf Weber Arena, Oberhausen, DE (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

5th – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, NL (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

6th – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, NL (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

8th – Festhalle, Frankfurt, DE (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

9th – Accor Arena, Paris, FR (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

10th – Accor Arena, Paris, FR (w/ Arctic Monkeys)

12th – Salhauz, Winterthur, Switzerland

13th – Estragon, Bologna, IT

14th – Orion, Rome, IT

16th – Alcatraz, Milan, IT

19th – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

20th – Brixton Academy, London

JUNE

9th – St James Park, Newcastle (supporting Sam Fender)

10th – Slane Castle, Co. Meath, Ireland (supporting Harry Styles)