Music Reviews

"Women In Music Pt. III" Proves Haim Are Pop's New Blueprint

On their third album, the sister trio is bolder and better than ever before.

You'd be hard-pressed to find a current indie rock star that has embodied a personal brand as perfectly curated as Haim.

The trio, composed of sisters Danielle, Alana, and Este Haim, broke out in 2013 with Days Are Gone, a soft-rock debut brimming with Los Angeles cool that spread like wildfire. In the years since, Haim's music follows the other essential tenets of being a Haim: leather blazers, great choreography, middle-parted hair, and an obsession with '70s icons from Joni Mitchel to Diana Ross. There's a good reason Vogue once published a how-to on emulating the sisters' collective style.

Women In Music Pt. III

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You'll Never Be a Haim Sister, But Now You Can Dance Like One

The indie trio will teach you their best music video choreography in a series of Zoom classes.

Let's face it—we all want to be a Haim.

Is it their endearing sibling dynamic? Their sprawling wardrobes of casual cool-girl chic? Their effortless, middle-parted beach waves? No matter who you are, there is probably something you envy in Haim, indie rock's favorite sister trio. And with their track record for amazing style also comes fantastically-choreographed music videos across the band's two albums, with their third on the way.

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Reto Schmid

Though the current state of things is keeping Haim from releasing their new album as planned, it hasn't stopped the sister trio from treating fans to new music.

Following a handful of singles over the summer and the swaying rock number "The Steps" earlier this year, Danielle, Este, and Alana Haim have shared "I Know Alone," an aptly-titled synth pop number that takes the band to their grooviest territory.

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