The sisters returned to their LA high school to surprise an old teacher
Haim have shared a video in which they revisit their high school to surprise an old teacher.
The band returned to the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts for a campaign organised by the California Lottery that celebrates the state’s educators.
The trio paid a visit to their former history teacher, Mr. Freedman, to thank him for inspiring them.
“Growing up in LA, my sisters and I were all lucky enough to go to the same public schools and meet some pretty inspiring teachers,” the group wrote in a post on Facebook, explaining the project.
“In high school, we all had the same history teacher, Mr. Freedman. His class was our safe zone to speak freely, voice our opinions, and share our dreams. He is someone that all three of us look back on fondly and still talk about today.”
With California Lottery and their Back to the Start series, Haim went to their high school Los Angeles County High School for the Arts to #ThankATeacher. Because it takes going back to the start to appreciate who pushed you forward.
The band, who have been working with ex-Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij and ‘Days Are Gone’ producer Ariel Rechtshaid on their sophomore LP, say they have over 12 songs after heading into the studio to record the album in April.
Haim’s debut, ‘Days Are Gone’, was released in 2013.