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Haim Share Live Video For Night So Long

Monday, 29 January 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Haim have shared a live video for Night So Long.

The track closes their new album, 'Something To Tell You', which was released this summer through Polydor. The video, meanwhile, was filmed at The Greek Theater, Los Angeles in October and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, who has collaborated with the sisters on other visuals for the record.

Haim Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue April 03 2018 - PORTLAND Oregon - Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (USA)
Wed April 04 2018 - SEATTLE Washington - Wamu Theater At CenturyLink Field Event Center (USA)
Fri April 06 2018 - BERKELEY California - Greek Theatre - U.C. Berkeley (USA)
Sat April 07 2018 - SANTA BARBARA California - Santa Barbara Bowl (USA)
Fri April 13 2018 - LAS VEGAS Nevada - Pearl Concert Theater At Palms Casino Resort (USA)
Tue April 24 2018 - AUSTIN Texas - Stubbs Barbeque (USA)
Wed April 25 2018 - HOUSTON Texas - Revention Music Center (USA)
Thu April 26 2018 - DALLAS Texas - South Side Ballroom at Gilley's (USA)
Sat April 28 2018 - ATLANTA Georgia - Roxy Theatre - GA (USA)
Sun April 29 2018 - NASHVILLE Tennessee - Nashville War Memorial (USA)
Tue May 01 2018 - WASHINGTON District Of Columbia - Anthem - D.C. (USA)
Thu May 03 2018 - BOSTON Massachusetts - Agganis Arena (USA)
Fri May 04 2018 - NEW YORK New York - Radio City Music Hall (USA)
Sat May 05 2018 - NEW YORK New York - Radio City Music Hall (USA)
Mon May 07 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Massey Hall (Canada)
Tue May 08 2018 - DETROIT Michigan - Fillmore - Detroit (USA)
Thu May 10 2018 - KANSAS CITY Missouri - Uptown Theater - KC (USA)
Fri May 11 2018 - CHICAGO Illinois - Aragon Ballroom (USA)
Mon May 14 2018 - SAINT PAUL Minnesota - Palace Theatre - St. Paul (USA)
Tue May 15 2018 - SAINT PAUL Minnesota - Palace Theatre (USA)
Mon May 28 2018 - MORRISON Colorado - Red Rocks Amphitheatre (USA)

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