Inhaler Share Psychedelic Music Video For New Single ‘Falling In’ Shot On Zoom While In Isolation

Having just released their soaring new single, ‘Falling In’, Dublin quartet Inhaler share its accompanying video. The band worked with renowned filmmaker and former…

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Essentially Pop Meets: Inhaler And Talks About Music, Their Future, And The Elephant In The Room #IrishMusicParty

Four piece Dublin rock band Inhaler formed in 2016 and have released one single, ‘I Want You’. With inspiration including the likes of Joy Division and The Stone Roses, the band have a strong yet laid back musical style and are known for their powerful stage presence.

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Essentially Pop Meets: Wolves Of Youth At #IrishMusicParty Showcase

Lisa caught up with four piece indie band Wolves Of Youth ahead of their set at the Irish Music Party showcase, in Dublin’s Workmans Club. The band hail from Bundoran, Donegal (and Cavan), in Ireland.

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Essentially Pop Meets: Outsider And Talks About #FIFA2018 And ‘Míol Mór Mara’ At #IrishMusicParty

Lisa spoke to Seán Ó Corcoráin, aka Outsider, ahead of his performance at the first ever Irish Music Party showcase, held at Dublin’s Workmans Club on 31 March 2018.
Seán, who perfoms with his band under the name Outsider, is the only Irish artist on the #FIFA2018 soundtrack, with the song ‘Míol Mór Mara’. Not only that, but it’s the first instance of a song which includes the Irish language included in any FIFA soundtrack. A high honour, and well deserved.

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Essentially Pop Meets: Young Earth At Inaugural #IrishMusicParty Showcase

Young Earth are four guys who met at BIMM and decided to put together a band in late 2016. Their take on indie pop is fresh and new, with a fusion of the heavier elements of rock alongside hooky pop. In other words, a great sound.

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Essentially Pop Meets: Rofi James Ahead Of #IrishMusicParty Showcase

Lisa recently had the opportunity to attend the first ever #IrishMusicParty Showcase, held at Dublin’s famous Workmans Club. Before the show she spoke to Rofi James, a pop rock band from Galway City.

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