Inhaler Performs New Song “Cheer Up Baby” on The Late Late Show with James Corden
- Irish alt-rock band Inhaler appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden to perform their new song “Cheer Up Baby”.
This marks their debut on The Late Late Show as a musical guest. The song was released on March 17th from their upcoming debut album “It Won't Always Be Like This”.
The track received its first play during BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Annie Mac.
It was written by Ryan McMahon, Josh Jenkinson, Robert Keating and Elijah Hewson. The accompanying music video was directed by Joe Connor.
“It's always been a cornerstone song for us and our fans are always talking about it. It's a love letter to our fans and that's why we wanted to choose it to open up the album,” frontman Elijah Hewson told NME about the song. “Lyrically, a lot of young people in these times are dealing with mental health issues and they can get stuck in their own heads. I think that's what this song is, it's loosely based on a conversation between two people and a lyric that goes 'when I think of all the things I didn't do, I can't help but blame it on you'.”
He continued, “It's about getting over yourself and if you've ever had a friend dealing with that kind of stuff, sometimes it's as easy as reaching out your hand and talking. I think that's what it means to us, cheer up baby. It's a love letter to all our fans who are feeling isolated.”
The debut album is set to be released on July 16, 2021, featuring 13-track.
- source : CBS