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Haim have dropped their new tune 'I Know Alone', and announced a new release date for their imminent album

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Published: 5:43 pm, April 29, 2020
Haim have dropped their new tune 'I Know Alone', and announced a new release date for their imminent album

Haim have dropped their new tune 'I Know Alone', and announced a new release date for their imminent album.

'Women In Music Part III' was originally due on 24th April, then it was put back to "later this summer", and now's it's finally arriving on 26th June.

“’I Know Alone’ was always going to be the next song we released," the trio explain, "but it feels eerily appropriate given what’s going on in the world right now. We hope this song keeps you company.”

Of the album move, they add: “Now that we’re all starting to settle into our new normal, it feels like a more appropriate time for us to release this body of work. We’re so excited to announce that our new album will now be released on June 26.”

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