Trio are currently working on a new album
Haim have teamed up with Christine And The Queens for a cover of Prince’s ‘I Would Die 4 U’.
The trio joined forces with the French singer and her dancers at Boston Calling on Saturday (May 28). You can view footage of the performance below.
A host of artists have performed Prince covers since his death last month including Beck, LCD Soundsystem and Richard Ashcroft
Haim also recently performed a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Dreams’.
Haim are known for their fondness of Fleetwood Mac, having previously covered other songs, including ‘Oh Well’ with Mumford and Sons at Glastonbury in 2014, and re-recording a version of ‘Rhiannon’ with Stevie Nicks.
Earlier this year, Haim announced that they’ll perform new songs when they make their live return this summer.
The band have been hard at work on the follow up to 2013 debut ‘Days Are Gone’ and will embark on a lengthy set of festivals dates later this year, including appearances in America and Europe.
A short video from the band was posted online on March 29. “We’ve just been in the studio for so long. Like, perfecting, and trying to get it right,” they said in it. “At this point, we just wanna go out there and play the songs live.”
Speaking about new music in the latter half of 2015, the three Californian sisters told Zane Lowe they were close to finishing their second album: “We’re getting stuff done. It’s sounding really cool. Essentially the oven has been pre-heated and the oven door is open. More 350 if I’m being honest. Fish fingers in the tray.”