Haim announce April release of 'Falling' EP – listen

The trio are currently finishing up their debut album in Los Angeles

Haim announce April release of 'Falling' EP – listen

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Haim are set to release their new EP, 'Falling', on April 1 – scroll down to hear the title track.

'Falling' is backed with remixes by Psychemagik and Duke Dumont. The digital download also comes with a live version of the song, taken from the BBC Sound of 2013 poll topping band's set at the iTunes Festival last year in London.

The EP was produced by Ariel Rechtshaid (Vampire Weekend, Major Lazer). The lead track is available to buy digitally now.

The 'Falling' tracklisting is:

10" vinyl
'Falling' – Psychemagik Remix
'Falling' – Duke Dumont Remix

Digital download
'Falling' (live at iTunes Festival 2012)
'Falling' – Psychemagik Remix
'Falling' – Duke Dumont Remix

The trio's next live dates will take place at SXSW in Texas next month.

Haim have been nominated for four awards in the upcoming NME Awards 2013. The ceremony takes place on February 27 at London's The Troxy.

The California based band are up for Best Track and Best Video for their single 'Don't Save Me' as well as Best New Band and Best Twitter for Alana Haim.

The NME Awards Tour is currently underway and the 2013 NME Awards Shows are taking place in London throughout the month. Tickets for all of the NME Awards shows are available to buy now by clicking here.

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