How many Haim videos will you need to watch to convince yourself that the sisters Haim are very, very good at walking but maybe not that awesome at dancing?
Haim has already done “Man! I Feel Like A Woman,” but if that wasn’t enough to convince you they should start over as a Shania Twain cover band, this version of “That Don’t Impress Me Much” will turn anyone into a convert.
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The summer of Haim continues with a video for “I Want You Back.” In it, the three sisters walk the abandoned streets of Los Angeles, which always looks post-apocalyptic.
To those that say Haim is Wilson Phillips 2.0, the band clearly has another artist in mind they’d like to be: Shania Twain.
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How could anyone be mad at the Haim sisters, with their clarion harmonies, slap bass and extremely ’80s studio production quality? “I Want You Back,” the first single from Something to Tell You, out in July, is leaning—nay—luxuriating in these qualities, as if deploying melodic rhetoric: You want lush soundscapes?…
Here’s how you can tell that summer is coming: the birds are chirping, the weather’s getting warmer, it says so on the calendar, and three chillaxed sisters with good hair are releasing new music.
The Haim sisters are back at it again with the folky pop rock. After jamming out in their parents’ living room earlier this year, they’re letting us know there’s finally a new album on the horizon. The quality of the recording above doesn’t disguise what you’re hearing—a fresh hot track.
Taylor Swift will never forget this moment—the time Rihanna joined Swift’s boyfriend Calvin Harris onstage at Coachella for “We Found Love,” and Swift was catapulted into total exultation with her friends Haim and Lorde and Camilla Cabello (Fifth Harmony!) and Serayah and maybe some other people from her ‘Chella squad…
Though they’re slightly out of the age range of likely original Lilith Fair attendees, the sisters of Haim have revealed Friday that they “talk semi-jokingly but semi-seriously” about bringing Sarah MacLachlan’s all female, mostly indie-rock music festival back.
It's three a.m. and I'm glued to Tumblr. I'm not a teen, so this is unusual. It's Sunday night, and my non-teenage job requires me to have an active brain in only six hours, but I can't look away from the constantly refreshing scroll—all pictures of Danielle Haim flanked by her sisters Este and Alana. They stare back…
"Pray to God," the Haim collaboration off Calvin Harris' recent album Motion, is an "Edge of Seventeen" -esque jammer—and the music video keeps it going with the Stevie Nicks references, white-winged doves and all.
Jimmy Kimmel had Morris Day and the Time play with Haim, essentially so that he could say "Morris Day and the Haim" on camera. They played "Jungle Love," one of the greatest songs written in the entire 20th Century, and the sisters Haim acted as his back-up singers, all set to the backdrop of the AT&T logo, because…
Wait—am I gonna get sued for typing the year "1989" without a copyright? No? Okay. So, Taylor Swift, god of your gods but not of mine, has been spending a good amount of time with the Haim sisters as of late, calling them her "squad" like she has been listening to a lot of Waka Flocka and going on vacation with them…
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For their new video for "My Song 5" featuring A$AP Ferg, HAIM brought their A game, casting SNL's Vanessa Bayer as Dallas Murphy, a Ricki Lake-type talkshow host who handles guests with troubling afflictions.
The historical musical inspirations are all over the place in HAIM's video for "If I Could Change Your Mind." The trio of sisters placed their indie rock '90s sound on a '70s set and did their best to pay homage to the many girl groups who came before them.
Poor Josh Hutcherson! The kid is just trying to host Saturday Night Live and he keeps getting punched in the face, lit on fire, forced into dancing and reduced down to hot dog courier.
Set a Save the Date for November 21, because that's when VH1 will be airing the premiere of their concert series You Oughta Know featuring HAIM and Lorde performing Sheryl Crowe's "Strong Enough," a song the girl group has covered before. The show features up-and-coming performers [OH I SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE VERY…