Haim: 'Our new album is coming very soon'

Trio have been writing on the road

Haim: 'Our new album is coming very soon'

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Haim have vowed that their new album will be ready "very soon", after confirming that they intend to start recording it in July.

The trio have been touring constantly since their debut album 'Days Are Gone' reached No 1 in the UK on its release in September 2013.

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Speaking to BBC 6 Music before their appearance at the Other Stage at Glastonbury on Friday, keyboardist Alana Haim said: "This is the first time we've ever written on the road. We're going home in a month to start recording. I promise record two won't come in six years, it'll come very soon."

Haim play at T In The Park and Latitude in July, before a seven-date US tour starting on August 2. Their other scheduled show is at Corona Festival in Mexico on October 24.

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