Haim and Stevie Nicks record new version of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rhiannon’

The four women joined forces for a feature in the New York Times

Haim and Stevie Nicks have recorded a new version of Fleetwood Mac‘s ‘Rhiannon’.

Due to wrap up their two year tour, Haim travelled to meet Stevie Nicks at her Los Angeles home for an in-depth conversation about life in the music industry. Rumoured to have spanned over three hours, the interview conducted by The New York Times Style Magazine required Nicks to choose a particular artist she wished to meet.

Consequently the NME Award winners took up the opportunity, leading to a duet of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rhiannon’, which you can listen to by clicking here.

The four talked about feminism and their plans for the future. Haim shared their excitement of the encounter yesterday (October 6), writing on Twitter:

During the interview Nicks discussed the bond she shared with the backing singers on her first solo album, ‘Bella Donna’. “We’re not different than you three,” she said to the Haim siblings. “Sharon and Lori and I are three, and we are a unit that is very, very strong. We do not lay down on the road for anybody to walk over us, ever.”

Nicks also revealed how she once rejected a Warren Zevon track, ‘Reconsider Me’, explaining “I’m not the kind of woman that would ever be that desperate, never sing a song you don’t love.” Nicks then presented each of the sisters with a gold moon pendant stating “You have to have your moons. So you’re sisters of the moon.”

Nicks recently released ’24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault’, her eighth solo album, which comes complete with a 48-page unseen picture booklet.