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Ross Lohan

HAIM's New Single Is Coming Next Week

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About time.



HAIM are about to drop the soundtrack to our summer.



After months of vague teasing, pop-rock trio HAIM have finally given fans a date for their new music.

The band posted a short video on Twitter today that shows Danielle Haim fiercely smashing a tune out of her drum kit before the screen cuts dark and shares the message: "HAIM April 27th."

The drummer tune is most likely a preview of the new song, which will be the band's first piece of original music since their debut LP "Days Are Gone" dropped in 2013.



Their debut spawned a number of timeless hits - including "Forever" and "If I Could Change Your Mind" - and since their hiatus fresh new talent has appeared to be strong competition, so the Haim sisters will really need to deliver.

We're sure it's worth the wait - let's find out next Thursday.



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1 hour ago, MyPUSSYIsHangingOut said:

Lol... Give it a chance. Their album is actually amazing. But yes, it almost seems like they all try to look constipated in every picture.

It's like  they make a concerted effort to look as ugly as possible with that makeup and their facial expressions. Not sure what they are trying to accomplish but it just annoys me. . That pink eyeshadow makes them look tired and diseased.

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