Works faster than caffeine
The power-pop sisters HAIM made a big name for themselves over the past
10 years with 3 albums and explosive live shows. Here’s an example of the L.A.
ladies’ dashing antics on stage with a bold cover of Fleetwood Mac‘s 1969 hit
Oh Well (written/sung by the late great blues soul PeterGreen).
Nnot an easy song to cover with its rollercoaster progression, forth and back,
and Green‘s blistering guitar flurry. But the girls pull it off with aplomb and vigor.
Get up and cheer, ladies and gents…
Alana – one of three HAIM plans to party after the pandemic…
(Image: cover of Haim’s 2020 album Women in Music Pt. III – Alana on the right)
New sonic impulses…
25 May 2020
(New album cover by PTA)
The HAIM sisters will release their third album, entitled Women In Music Pt.III
this summer. So far we could hear three new cuts ‘Summer Girl, Now I’m In It and Hallelujah the family trio presented their new sticky single ‘DON’T WANNA’
from their homes.
Here’s the pretty cool performance starting with
an interview and ending with laser effects…
New sonic impulses…
30 October 2019
After their triumphant 2017 album Something To Tell You the HAIM sisters returned last summer with new jaunty single Summer Girl and today they launched another new cut called ‘NOW I’M IN IT’. A song about “going through it. A depression. Not leaving the house type of shit. For my sisters and I, there have been times in our lives where we have felt like we are stuck in a dark hole. This track speaks to that emotion” says Danielle Haim.
Despite the song’s downcast and reflective content ‘I’m In It‘ sounds like pure
rapture. Frisky, swirling and twinkling. 24 Carat poppiness. Listen/watch here…
Brand new sonic impulses…
31 July 2019
Los Angeles’ pop sisters HAIM are back after their 2017 album ‘Something To Tell You’. Today they released sunlit and jazzy humdinger ‘SUMMER GIRL‘.
It’s a personal Danielle Haim song as she explained in a recent tweet: “This song started out as a garage band demo in my phone with just a bass line, drums, some gibberish and a doot doot doot little melody. I wrote it around the time my partner was diagnosed with cancer
a couple years ago while we were making STTY. (he’s in the clear now!)”
Here’s the sweet little pearl…
Available and streamable here