Haim reveal release date of new music

Something big is dropping this week

Haim have unveiled a series of teaser videos promising the imminent release date of new music.

After trailing their comeback with a series of mysterious billboards around the world, the returning trio now look set to drop their first new music in four years this week.

Taking to Twitter, the band have shared a series of videos showcasing the band performing new music. One features the date ‘April 27, 2017’, another confirms the time of 9am ET, suggesting that that’s when a new song might surface (3pm in the UK).

See those teasers below.

The new record and follow-up to 2013’s acclaimed ‘Days Are Gone’ has been in the works for quite some time, and was originally pencilled for release back in Autumn.

Earlier this year, the band promised “classic songwriting, but also modern, exciting and fearless” tracks from their new LP. Song titles include ‘Nothing’s Wrong’ and ‘Give Me Just A Little Of Your Love’ – stating that it would be arriving later this year.

Additional contributors to the record include former Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij and producer Ariel Rechtshaid — the latter was involved in ‘Days Are Gone’.

Meanwhile, the trio of sisters have also announced several UK tour dates – including Reading & Leeds Festival and being among the latest additions for BBC Radio One’s Big Weekend, alongside Lorde, Lana Del Rey, Kasabian and many more.