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Haim's brand new, seasonally appropriate single 'Summer Girl' is here

Check it out, alongside a Paul Thomas Anderson directed video, now.
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Published: 7:30 pm, July 31, 2019Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Haim's brand new, seasonally appropriate single 'Summer Girl' is here

It's Haim time! Our fave sunny-side-up trio have dropped a brand new track 'Summer Girl', debuted as Annie Mac's Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1 earlier this evening (31st July 2019).

Co-produced by Rostam Batmanglij and Ariel Rechtshaid, it's got a Paul Thomas Anderson directed video too. Basically a Haim-collab dream team, right there.

“I started the song when I found out my partner had cancer. I was on tour and felt like I was trying to send positive energy his way almost telepathically. Whenever I would come home in between shows I wanted to be his sunshine - his summer when he was feeling dark. His hope when he was feeling hopeless,” explains Danielle Haim.

The track was debuted earlier this month in LA, and is the first new music from the sisters since 2017's second album 'Something To Tell You'.

You can check out 'Summer Girl' below.

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