Haim (band)

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Haim performing in April 2018 From left to right: Alana, Danielle, Este Haim
Haim performing in April 2018
From left to right: Alana, Danielle, Este Haim
Background information
OriginSan Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Years active2007 (2007)–present
  • Este Haim
  • Danielle Haim
  • Alana Haim

Haim (/ˈh.ɪm/ HY-im,[1] meaning "life" in Hebrew,[a] stylized in all caps) is an American pop rock band from Los Angeles. The band consists of three sisters: Este Haim (bass guitar and vocals), Danielle Haim (lead vocals, guitar, and drums), and Alana Haim (guitars, keyboards, and vocals). In addition to their primary instruments, each member is proficient in several others. The group's pop sound on their studio work stands in contrast to the more rock-based music of their live shows.

The sisters grew up in a musical family, and began playing instruments from an early age in the cover band Rockinhaim, fronted by their parents, Moti and Donna. The two elder sisters, Este and Danielle, began performing with the pop group Valli Girls in 2005. They released a few songs on soundtrack and compilation albums under that name, but left the group shortly after an appearance at the 2005 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards.[3] They formed Haim with younger sister Alana in 2007, but did not seriously consider it a professional career for some years. After Danielle became a successful touring guitarist, first with Jenny Lewis and later with Julian Casablancas, Haim reformed as a full-time operation in 2012.

The group's first release, Forever (an EP released as a limited-time download), combined with positive reception at the South by Southwest festival, led to a deal with Polydor Records and a management deal with Jay-Z's Roc Nation group in mid-2012. The band began recording material for their first album, Days Are Gone, in sessions between touring dates, including appearances at the Glastonbury Festival. The album charted in the top ten in several countries, including the number-one spot in the UK, and the group had won several "best of" awards by the end of 2013. The group was nominated for Best New Artist at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. Their second album, Something to Tell You, was released in July 2017.[4] Their third album, titled Women in Music Pt. III, was released on June 26, 2020. The group received nominations at the 63rd Grammy awards for Album of the Year (for Women In Music Pt. III) and Best Rock Performance (for "The Steps").


Early career[edit]

Danielle Haim at Way Out West 2013 in Gothenburg, Sweden

The three sisters, Este Arielle Haim (born March 14, 1986), Danielle Sari Haim (born February 16, 1989) and Alana Mychal Haim (born December 15, 1991) were all born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, California, and are Jewish.[5] Their Israeli-born father Mordechai "Moti" Haim and their mother Donna were both musical; though he had been a professional soccer player in Israel, Moti also played drums, while Donna won a contest on The Gong Show in the 1970s singing a Bonnie Raitt song.[6][7][8] While Danielle showed an aptitude for the guitar at a young age, Moti made the decision that Este would be more suited to the bass, buying her a second-hand Fender for $50.[9] The siblings were encouraged to listen to their parents' 1970s classic rock and Americana records and, during their childhood, the family formed a band called Rockinhaim to play cover versions at local charity fairs, with Moti on drums and Donna on guitar.[7][10][11] The group played typical wedding band material, including the Beatles' "Get Back", Billy Joel's "You May Be Right" and Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl",[12] but only did free community and benefit gigs at churches, schools and hospitals.[6]

In 2000, the sisters performed their first rock concert at Los Angeles' Canter's Deli.[13]

Danielle and Este were members of the pop-rock group the Valli Girls, and appeared on the soundtrack to the 2005 film The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.[9] Their song "Valli Nation" by the "SoCal teen prodigies" appeared on the 2005 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards soundtrack along with established musicians Avril Lavigne, Alicia Keys, Simple Plan and Good Charlotte.[14]

Este Haim at Way Out West 2013 in Gothenburg, Sweden

As they grew older, the sisters became more interested in incorporating pop and contemporary R&B into their music, and in 2007 they decided to form their own band.[9] For their first gig, the trio played at a Jewish deli in Hollywood and were paid in matzah ball soup.[15] Early gigs were sparsely populated; Danielle recalled, "We were [at the] bottom of the bill at 50-capacity venues and no one would show up".[16]

For the next five years, Haim played local venues but did not consider music as a professional career, because all three sisters were busy with other projects. Este was studying at UCLA and graduated in 2010 with a degree in Ethnomusicology (completed in just two years instead of the normal five),[10][12][17] specializing in Bulgarian and Brazilian music.[12]

Danielle Haim's guest appearances[edit]

After graduating from high school, Danielle was spotted by musician Jenny Lewis at a jam session in Laurel Canyon, which led to Danielle joining Lewis' touring band.[9] The Strokes' singer Julian Casablancas came to see one of Lewis's shows on tour, and he in turn asked Danielle to play guitar and percussion on his solo tour.[11] Danielle rehearsed with Casablancas' band every day for two months, which she later described as "an eye-opening experience."[12] Following working with Casablancas from late 2009 to mid 2010, she auditioned for a place in Scarlet Fever, the all-female backing band for CeeLo Green. Danielle performed only once with the group, on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.[18]

While Danielle enjoyed touring, she decided she would prefer to perform her own music alongside her sisters,[12] turning down a lucrative tour deal with Green.[16] Casablancas advised Danielle to write stronger material and focus on recording, as it would improve their online presence.[9]

2012–13: Forever and commercial success[edit]

Alana Haim at Way Out West 2013 in Gothenburg, Sweden

After playing shows supporting Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The Henry Clay People and Kesha, Haim released the EP Forever, which included three songs in February 2012 as a time-limited free download on their website. Dash Hutton officially joined as drummer at the EP's release party at the Los Angeles Bootleg Theatre.[6] He is the son of Three Dog Night's Danny Hutton[19] and knew Este socially after she had seen his old band, Wires on Fire.[6][17] The EP received attention from the music industry following a successful series of shows at the South by Southwest festival in March.[20] Danielle recalled the first show was "maybe a disaster", but the remainder of the shows attracted more attention.[12] The band subsequently signed a deal with Polydor Records in the UK in June.[21]

In July, independent record label National Anthem re-released the Forever EP on 10" vinyl, containing the original three songs along with a fourth track, a remix of "Forever" by Dan Lissvik.[22] Following dates supporting Mumford & Sons on their Gentlemen of the Road tour in the US in August,[23][24] Haim toured the UK for the first time in November 2012[25] and then supported Florence and the Machine on their UK and Ireland tour in December.[26][27]

British music magazine New Musical Express made the title track of the Forever EP its number 4 track of 2012.[28] On January 4, 2013, the BBC announced that Haim had topped their annual Sound of 2013 music industry poll to find the most promising new musical acts for the coming year.[29] The group also signed a management contract with the conglomerate Roc Nation, returned to South by SouthWest in March 2013[30] and earned their own "At Your Request" video feature on Idolator.[31] In early 2013, they were featured on American recording artist Kid Cudi's third studio album Indicud, on the song titled "Red Eye".[32] Danielle Haim appeared on the first track, "You're No Good", from Major Lazer's second album, Free the Universe, alongside Santigold, Vybz Kartel and Yasmin.[33]

2013–14: Days Are Gone[edit]

Danielle Haim performing in Indio, California, April 2014

The group spent a year recording their first album, Days Are Gone, in sessions between live shows.[9] The group experimented with drum machines and the music program GarageBand, adding hip hop and R&B influences to their existing sound.[9] Polydor recommended producers Ariel Rechtshaid and James Ford to help with the album, who suggested further use of synthesizers, bringing the album closer to a straightforward pop style.[34] Several of the drum tracks were recorded with gated reverb, made famous by Phil Collins.[35] In June 2013, the group performed at Glastonbury Festival, and in addition to their own set, the band appeared with Primal Scream performing background vocals on "It's Alright, It's OK", "Rocks" and "Come Together".[2] The band later returned for a repeat performance at Glastonbury in 2014.[36] After their set, Este, who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2000, nearly had a diabetic seizure.[37][38][39]

The single "The Wire" was released on July 29 and the album followed on September 30.[40] The album reached number one in the UK and has since sold 200,000 copies there.[41][42] To promote the album, the group performed "The Wire" on the BBC's The Andrew Marr Show, with Este dedicating the song to the British Prime Minister David Cameron, also a guest on the show.[43] The move was criticised as being ill-judged by musician Johnny Marr of The Smiths, who stated that “It's really simple: they made themselves look like idiots. It's ridiculous. No-one put a gun to their head. The Conservatives tried to do the same thing with The Smiths, to re-appropriate us in a false way, to be cool by association.” Haim did not respond.[44][45]

Haim subsequently toured Europe throughout the remainder of 2013, recruiting touring keyboardist Tommy King,[46] as well as performing as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on November 23 with host Josh Hutcherson. The group performed "The Wire" and "Don't Save Me" and Este considered this performance particularly poignant as a high school drama teacher had once told her "You're never going to be on Saturday Night Live."[47] The main US tour followed in April 2014 and continued into May.[48]

In 2014, the sisters recorded backing vocals with the supergroup The New Basement Tapes for their album Lost on the River, performing on the tracks "Kansas City" and "The Whistle Is Blowing".[49][50][51]

2014–2018: Touring and Something to Tell You[edit]

Danielle Haim performing in Joensuu, Finland, July 2014

In 2014, Haim were awarded the NME "Best International Band" award.[52] In August, the band released the video for "My Song 5" in a remixed version, featuring American rapper, A$AP Ferg. This is the sixth single taken from Days Are Gone.[53] Haim and Jon Heder made an appearance for the music video of Chromeo's "Old 45's".[54] In October, the group recorded a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Rhiannon" with Stevie Nicks.[55] They continued to record their second album, having written a bulk of new material while on tour over the year.[53] The band is also featured on the original soundtrack of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1[56] and The Divergent Series: Insurgent.[57] In November, the group contributed their vocals to the track "Pray to God" on Calvin Harris' fourth studio album Motion.[58]

The group have become friends with singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, and together they have visited Catalina and Maui, Hawaii.[59] In the summer of 2015, Haim opened for Taylor Swift at select dates on The 1989 World Tour.[60][61] The group were nominated for Best New Artist at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.[62] Danielle was injured in an accident just before the awards, but shortly afterwards tweeted that she was recovering.[63]

In March 2016, Haim released a teaser announcing new music and a new tour for that summer.[64] In an interview with NME on January 18, 2017, Haim announced their second album will be released that summer.[65] In April, a teaser video shot by Paul Thomas Anderson was released of a new song, "Right Now" from their second album, Something to Tell You, released on July 7. Its lead single, "Want You Back", was released on May 3.[66] The band followed up the release with various promotional appearances, including a return appearance on Saturday Night Live, where they performed "Want You Back" and "Little of Your Love".[67] In early 2018, Haim announced the Sister Sister Sister Tour for the United States,[68] Europe[69] and the United Kingdom.[70]

Hutton left the band in 2017 in order to focus on his own projects. As of May 2017, the touring members are drummer Jody Giachello and keyboardist Tommy King.[71]

2018–present: Women in Music, Pt. III[edit]

On November 11, 2018, the group performed at Vetsaid 2018, within a lineup alongside Ringo Starr, James Taylor and Don Henley.[72] On March 6, 2019, the band announced they were headlining the 14th annual Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago alongside headliners Robyn and The Isley Brothers.[73] On April 4, 2019, Danielle announced via the band's social media pages that the band had been recording new music and were preparing for a summer 2019 release.[74] Danielle contributed extensively to Father of the Bride, the fourth studio album by Vampire Weekend, as well as providing drums on several songs on Immunity by Clairo. In July 2019, they released the song "Summer Girl", which was inspired by producer and Danielle's partner Ariel Rechtshaid's fight with cancer. They stated shortly afterwards that more music will be released in the coming months with the single "Now I'm in It" being released on October 30.[75] Haim also released another new single, "Hallelujah", on November 18.[76]

On March 2, 2020, the band shared that their third album, Women in Music Pt. III, release date on April 24, with promotional single "The Steps" set to be released March 2.[77] On March 23, the band announced their intentions to delay the release of the album until June 26, due to the coronavirus outbreak.[78] On May 22, they released another single "Don't Wanna", produced by Rostam, Rechtshaid, and Danielle.[79] Women In Music Pt. III received critical acclaim from critics[80] and the group announced the One More Haim Tour for the UK on July 31.[81] In August 2020, it was reported that Alana had been cast in Soggy Bottom which started filming that month.[82] In December 2020, it was announced the group would be featured on the track "No Body, No Crime" from Taylor Swift's ninth studio album Evermore; the song became the second single of the album on January 11, 2021.[83][84] On February 18, 2021, HAIM released a remix of their song “Gasoline,” featuring Taylor Swift, along with an expanded version of Women In Music Pt. III.[85] The expanded version also included a remix of "3 AM" featuring Thundercat.[86]

Haim scored two nominations at the Grammys in 2021, including for Album of the Year (Women in Music Pt. III), making them the first all-female rock band to hold the distinction. WIMPIII track “The Steps” is also nominated for Best Rock Performance.[87]

The band signed with Netflix to produce the soundtrack for a 2021 animated feature film, The Witch Boy.[88]

Musical style[edit]

Este Haim.[10]

Haim has been compared to the 1970s soft-rock band Fleetwood Mac, though the group says they are "squeamish" about this comparison and insist they are influenced by more recent music.[89] According to Metro, their music sounds like folk-rock "with a few R&B/hip-hop stylings thrown in for good measure".[90]

The group has rejected the "girl band" label, preferring to be respected as musicians on their individual merits. Alana stated, "When people call us a girl band, I take it as an insult – being a girl in a band shouldn't be a thing.”[42] All three sisters are proficient on more than one instrument: Este plays both guitar and bass, Danielle plays guitar and drums, and Alana plays guitar, keyboards and percussion.[17] For live performances, Este plays bass, Danielle plays lead guitar and sings lead vocals, and Alana plays rhythm guitar along with keyboards and percussion. All three sisters contribute three part vocal harmony.[8][17]

The band's live sound differs from that in the studio. Writing for NME, Hazel Sheffield said that Days Are Gone "may confuse those won over by their raw, rocking live shows."[34] Recordings demonstrate the group's vocal pop style, while the group plays typical rock material such as Fleetwood Mac's "Oh Well" in concert.[16] The group's background in wedding bands from their days as Rockinhaim has led them to cover many different songs live and for radio sessions, including Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball", Sheryl Crow's "Strong Enough" and the Strokes' "I'll Try Anything Once" (an early version of "You Only Live Once").[91][92] Este acts as the group's MC onstage, announcing most of the songs.[16] Many of her on-stage antics, such as her blunt and coarse banter with the audience, frequent illeism and her facial expressions (known as the "bass face") while playing, are staples of the band's live shows and, to a lesser extent, the band's public image.[10]

Critical reception[edit]

Haim performing at the Way Out West in 2013

Critical reaction to Haim has mostly been positive. PopMatters' Matt James wrote "It'd be hard to truly dislike Haim. They're an eminently likeable, albeit slightly kooky, trio whose story already bears the frisson of legend."[93] Writing for The Guardian, Alexis Petridis praised the band's songwriting abilities, saying it "has a certain kind of glossily depthless pop perfection down pat".[35] The band's sound has been described as "nu-folk-meets-nineties-R&B"[7] and "music that sounds like it was written on a lakeside retreat attended by Stevie Nicks, John Waite and En Vogue".[10]

In her survey of pop music in 2013, Observer critic Kitty Empire praised the band for "using the vector of harmonies to splice R&B with 1970s soft rock. They laid waste, too, to a herd of ghastly old hobby horses about guitar bands being unmarketable and record sales only being tied to women's state of undress."[94] The Independent was more ambivalent about the band, saying there was "an insubstantiality at their core" of their music, as they "plug unashamedly" into the heritage of acts such as Fleetwood Mac and The Bangles, ultimately finding Haim as "Okay, but not much more".[95]




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