Haim are an American four-piece hailing from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 2006, the group consists of three sisters - Este Haim, Danielle Haim, and Alana Haim - alongside their drummer Dash Hutton, and they perform a unique brand of music which Vogue describes as ‘stripped-back nu-folk–meets–nineties-R&B-pop’.
Frequently compared to British-American rockers Fleetwood Mac, the band went on to win the BBC Sound of 2013 poll, something which helped their fanbase explode in recent months. Having released their debut studio album in 2013, Haim toured far and wide and have been performing virtually ever since.
Haim's sophomore effort, 'Something to Tell You', hit shelves in July 2017, and was supported by North American dates this September, as well as Secret Sounds Splendour In The Grass in Australia, plus sideshows.
The three sisters return to the US and Canada for a tour in spring 2018. Then, they'll head to the UK and Europe for the second leg of their Sister Sister Sister Tour! Check below for the full dates and tickets on Stereoboard.
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These sisters share an amazing talent. Superb voices and excellent musicians. I went to see Haim live having enjoyed their EPs so much and I will be definitely be seeing them again. Definitely one of the bands of the year in my opinion and their debut album is going to create huge waves. Set could've done with being a bit longer but the atmosphere was perfect and as the band continue to record, more and more music will be heard. Totally recommended.
I saw the sisters in December of 2012 and I haven't yet recovered from how amazing they are. Great sound and on stage charisma from the entire band created a thoroughly enjoyable atmosphere. If you like their stuff on record, then definitely go check them out live, its very rare to find a band that are just as good, if not better on stage than they are in a studio.
If you think their album is great - then go see them live. Just amazing. They sound heavier and more rocky than on their album, it surpassed all my expectations. These girls can play the guitar... and their drumming isn't bad either! Great sound quality on stage and the grils' charisma created a superb and thoroughly enjoyable atmosphere. My friend who came with me only knew 1 of their songs and she loved it too! Lucky I get to see them again in 2014!