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'Dreamful' EP

Dreamful is once again recorded and produced by Simon Jackman. The EP is a journey of our experiences with depression, addressing various aspects of our experiences both negative and positive. It’s a celebration of being able to overcome one’s inner demons”.

'A Different Light' EP

'A Different Light' explores the experiences we have encountered in our life as a band and as individuals, it holds an overarching theme of optimism for the future. We are extremely excited to share our hard work with this release. Thanks to Simon Jackman for recording us and Jae Jae Sinfield for the EP artwork.

KKK. Reading alt.rockers introduce themselves with a skyscraping debut EP. ...brilliantly clean cut tracks with a startling clarity of purpose. ...juddering samples...surging riffs...beguiling vocals..ebb-and-flow pyrotechnics.. sparse synths and techtonic riffage. ”

— Sam Law, Kerrang Magazine.

uplifting lyrics...seriously catchy synth-rock beats...full of pulsing energy, electronica and synth highlights, and metal grooves...a rich, epic sound with familiar vocals, grand sing-along choruses & a really upbeat vibe...It’s not difficult to see how InAir have gained comparisons to genre-crossing bands such as Enter Shikari & Linkin Park, which is no mean feat. ”

Clare Coward - The Punk Archive.

Reminiscent of Angels & Airways and 30 Seconds To Mars in some aspects, but with a bang up to date sound that is refreshing to hear. The soft melody wraps its arms around you and leads you back towards the now building, heavy guitar and drum infused summit of the song. ”

Graham Webb, Down The Front Media

...a synth-laden shot of electro-rock not dissimilar to the sounds of Mallory Knox and Bring Me The Horizon. InAir have the song composition and musical expertise almost nailed down to a T. ”

Jessica Brunswick, Noizze.

...big galloping melodies and a refreshing upbeat sound. It is diverse, dramatic and consuming making this an electrifying start and introduction to the band...”

CL CD Reviews, Stencil Mag Issue 46