The sisters Haim are promising their second album will arrive ‘very soon’ after the debut ‘Days Are Gone‘ suffered for a little while with delays.
“This is the first time we’ve ever written on the road,” guitarist Alana told BBC 6Music. “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 are at Glastonbury this weekend – last year the band made the most of their stay on Worthy Farm to say the least, and were notable guests of Primal Scream at one stage.
“It was next level,” Alana remembered. “I actually can’t believe that that happened. It didn’t hit me until we were side stage, and Bobby was like, ‘We’re going to bring out some friends now’.”
Of ‘Days Are Gone’, Live4ever’s review began: “Watching Haim‘s Glastonbury performance back from this summer is a fairly disorienting experience.”
“Here are the three sisters dressed in not very much – mini dresses, hot pants, leather biker’s jerkins – all cussing like bin men on a hot day, the vaguely boho whiff of their LA upbringing dispensed with for attitude, screeching guitars and the strutting dynamics of a real rock n’ roll show.”
Check out the review in full right here.