<i>Days Are Gone</i>: HAIM Sisters Surpass Hype With Marvelous Debut Album (Review)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Tuesday, October 1st witnessed the long-anticipated release of HAIM's debut album, Days Are Gone. It is a masterwork. It is music that burrows in your brain and stays there.
If news of this band is new to you, and you're wondering what in the world HAIM even stands for, just realize that it's a capitalized iteration of the bandmates' last names. They're sisters (the band's fourth and final member, drummer Dash Hutton, holds no relation to the other three....other, that is, than the ability to produce fantastic music). Named Danielle, Este & Alana Haim, they grew up in SoCal's San Fernando Valley, bumping classic rock and rocking out with their musically-inclined parents from an early age onward. Danielle and Este first popped up briefly in 2005, as members of another band that had a single track make its way onto The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' soundtrack, but Days Are Gone, coming to us today through, of all places, Jay-Z's Roc Nation, is their debut album and first,
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