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HAIM Announce New Album, Share Paul Thomas Anderson-Directed Video for “Right Now”

Something to Tell You Due Out July 7 via Columbia

Apr 27, 2017 Paul Thomas Anderson
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Los Angeles sister trio HAIM have been teasing that something was going to be happening this morning and now they have announced a new album, Something to Tell You, and shared a video for a sparse and crisp brand new song, “Right Now.” Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie Nights, Magnolia, There Will Be Blood) directed the video, which features the trio recording the song live in the studio. It’s described as a “live studio version” on the song. The band’s new album, the follow-up to 2013’s Days Are Gone, will be out July 7 via Columbia. The cover art and tracklist have yet to be announced. Check out the video below.

Ariel Rechtshaid produced Something to Tell You, which also features produced by Rostam Batamanglij (ex-Vampire Weekend) HAIM will be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on May 13, with Melissa McCarthy hosting.

HAIM have been teasing their new album for a couple of weeks now. Earlier in the week they shared a teaser video featuring all three sisters drumming together in the studio and last week they shared a new video to Twitter that simply featured Danielle Haim drumming in the studio as the camera zoomed in on her and it ended with the date “April 27.” Then the week before HAIM billboards showed up around the world (London, Berlin, LA, and Sydney) simply featuring a picture of the band and their name.

Feel free to read our 2013 cover story on HAIM.

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Walter Scott
April 28th 2017

Nice post