Bono’s son Elijah Hewson's new song sounds just like his U2 famed dad.
The 19-year-old son to the Irish musician, 58, and Ali Hewson, 57, unveiled his first studio song with rock band “Inhaler” this week, entitled “It Won’t Always Be Like.”
And it looks and sounds like he is about to follow in the footsteps of his global superstar father with the catchy debut track.
The young wanna-be rock star appears to have the same quality characteristics of his father, sounding just like U2 when they first burst onto the scene.
The four-piece Dublin band have been together since 2012 and is made up of Elijah on vocals and rhythm, Josh Jenkinson on lead guitar, Robert Keating on bass, and Ryan McMahon on drums.
Elijah is the latest of Bono’s children to step out into the spotlight after the rocker’s daughter Eve found fame as an actress.
Taking to Instagram, the film star gushed about her brother’s success.
She wrote: "So proud of my brother and his mates for releasing their first single today. IT WON’T ALWAYS BE LIKE THIS and OKLAHOMA are streaming now."
Eve then plugged: "Check out INHALER on Spotify. You won’t regret it."
Speaking about the band and the support Bono gives to the up-and-coming group, Eli told Extra.ie in November last year: "My dad's good when I want to see if a song is s***e or not – he will tell me straight away."
While Robert said of his bandmate: "It was never a case that Eli was this big personality who rode the fact of who he was. I just thought I'll do music with him because he's a cool guy."
Speaking about how the band formed, Eli explained: "Rob and I met at school [St Andrew’s College in Blackrock].
"We decided we needed a guitar player, so we 'stole' Josh from another band."
"We started writing music and decided that it would be a cool thing to do as a job. We did the Leaving Cert in the summer  and we’ve taken a year out to really go for it."
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