April 1, 2013 14:24

Haim cover The Strokes' 'I'll Try Anything Once' – listen

The track was the originally the UK b-side to 'Heart In A Cage'

Haim cover The Strokes' 'I'll Try Anything Once' – listen

Photo: Emilie Bailey/NME

Haim have covered The Strokes' 'I'll Try Anything Once' – you can listen to the song by scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking 'play'.

Fans of The Strokes will be familiar with the song, which is an early version of the New York band's 'You Only Live Once'. The track was also released in the UK as a B-side to 'Heart In A Cage' in 2006.

Frontman Julian Casablanca often played 'I'll Try Anything Once' during his solo tour in 2010 which, as Consequence Of Sound reports, featured Danielle Haim as a member of the backing band. Danielle and her sisters Alana and Este recorded their version for Sirius XMU.

Meanwhile, Haim release their their new EP, 'Falling', today (April 1). The title track is backed with remixes by Psychemagik and Duke Dumont. The digital download also comes with a live version of the song, taken from the their set at the iTunes Festival last year in London.

The group return to the UK later this month as part of their European tour, which kicks off at London's Heaven on April 24. Following show in Paris, Brussels, Cologne, Berlin and Dublin, the band will play Glasgow's SWG3 on May 27 and London's Koko on May 30.

Haim will play:

London Heaven (April 24)
Amsterdam Bitterzoet (26)
Paris Nouveau Casino (27)
Brussels AB (28)
Cologne Gebaeude 9 (May 1)
Berlin Lido (2)
Dublin Whelans (25)
Glasgow SWG3 (27)
London KOKO (30)


Tickets go onsale on Wednesday (March 6) at 9am. To check the availability of Haim tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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