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.

Read More On This Artist

More News
Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno criticises 'pointless' Queen's speech
Brandon Flowers says The Killers 'lack a drive'
Wu-Tang's RZA: 'the chemistry in the group's not all that good right now'
Morrissey names London gig as his favourite from recent European tour
The Cure perform massive 40-song set at London Christmas show
Kate Bush attends marriage of Elton John and David Furnish
AC/DC's Phil Rudd: 'I want my job and my reputation back'
Lady Gaga thought to be working on new music with Nile Rodgers
X Factor winner Ben Haenow claims Official Christmas Number One
Kiss to collaborate on two songs with Japanese pop group Momoiro Clover Z
Lynyrd Skynyrd to perform first two albums live for DVD release
Q-Tip gives Iggy Azalea hip-hop history lesson in lengthy series of tweets
David Fincher to direct HBO show based on 1980s music video experiences
Questlove tells of years-long attempts to taste Patti LaBelle's cooking in new animated video
Hackers threaten to release Iggy Azalea sex tape snapshots
The Rolling Stones release video thanking fans for recent support
Jenny Lewis and Ryan Adams perform together on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' – watch
Nicki Minaj unveils 16-minute short film 'The Pinkprint Movie' – watch
Azealia Banks and Action Bronson involved in Twitter beef
Tyler, The Creator and Erykah Badu to star in Adult Swim cartoon special about police brutality
Chris Martin says Angelina Jolie 'kidnapped' him to write a song for her new film
Sky Ferreira shares DIIV-directed home video for 'Omanko'

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM