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Haim joined by Grimes and Vampire Weekend in teaser for 'My Song 5' video – watch

A$AP Ferg also appears in 'Dallas Murphy' US chat show spoof

Haim joined by Grimes and Vampire Weekend in teaser for 'My Song 5' video – watch

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Haim have revealed the video for new single 'My Song 5' with Ke$ha, Grimes and Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig among the celebrity cameos.



Rapper A$AP Ferg, who appears on a new version of Haim's 'My Song 5', is also in the video which is styled like a Jerry Springer type chat-show. The video shows Este Haim appearing on fictional programme Dallas Murphy to confess a secret. The next scene shows her being embraced by a mime.

The track – a re-recording of a song from Haim's album 'Days Are Gone' and is released to mark seven years as a band for the LA sisters.

Haim will begin recording their new album in July and August. Speaking to BBC 6 Music before their appearance at Glastonbury, 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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