De kern van de Amerikaanse formatie Haim wordt gevormd door de zussen Este, Danielle en Alana Haim. Nog voor het verschijnen van hun debuutalbum weten ze al behoorlijk wat aandacht te genereren met enkele singles. Zeven jaar na de oprichting brengt de band het langverwachte debuut Days Are Gone (2013) uit. Op het album presenteren de zussen een hedendaagse vertolking van jaren tachtig indiepop, waarbij poprock, synthesizerklanken en elektrobeats een hoofdrol spelen. Days Are Gone is goed voor een zesde plaats in de Amerikaanse albumlijsten en in de Britse charts schopt de plaat het zelfs tot de eerste plaats.
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 26 juni 2020 | Polydor Records
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This third album by the Haim sisters (Este, Alana and Danielle) is by far their best and most intimate. They skilfully mix a range of influences: pop, rock, R&B and even a hint of jazz through their use of brass, one example being the sax used on the opening track dedicated to their hometown Los Angeles (on which they also criticise New York for its greyness…). This album has come out at just the right time, topping off a successful period that saw the three sisters headline the fourteenth Pitchfork Festival in Chicago in March 2019 alongside Robyn and the Isley Brothers. Danielle also featured on Vampire Weekend’s fourth album (Father of the Bride) before the Haim trio announced this album with the release of the first single on October 30, 2019 (Now I’m In It). It was a song that seemed to be made for the mainstream, despite its lyrics that deal with depression, and was accompanied by a music video directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, the director of Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood. Women in Music Pt. III is a truly endearing record that contains some beautiful moments such as the sunny Hallelujah or the bitter sweet Summer Girl that brings to mind the likes of Joni Mitchell and Fleetwood Mac, both being huge sources of inspiration for the Californian trio. © Yan Céh/Qobuz
Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 7 juli 2017 | Polydor Records
If we're being perfectly honest, listening to Haim's music is like drinking a cold glass of water. No surprises, but always refreshing. Four years after Days Are Gone, the sisters Este, Danielle and Alana have broken their silence with a second album, which they wrote and produced themselves. It's a way of declaring that behind the massive pop machine that they represent, there are real auteurs, real musicians. And you've got to admit, every phrase, every melody, every solo, every chorus of Something to Tell You has been meticulously polished. The alloy of XXL pop, soft rock and 90s music works perfectly. Haim is not there to revolutionise the music of our times: they just want to create killer choruses and catchy melodies. And these are melodies that will keep you humming along, be it in the shower or in a stadium... This is a work that makes these three Californian sisters worthy heirs to Fleetwood Mac, one of their inspirations...© CM/Qobuz
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