Watch HAIM Debut Two New Songs, Cover A Prince Classic At US Show
Written by Tom Williams on 19th May, 2016
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Sisterly pop-rockers HAIM have covered a Prince classic and debuted two new songs at their first gig since February, and some super-keen fans were on hand to capture it all for the rest of us.
As NME reports, footage has emerged of HAIM performing new tracks with the working titles Nothing’s Wrong and Give Me Just A Little Of Your Love at their show at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California on Tuesday night. Catch footage of the tracks, as well as the band’s cover of Prince’s I Would Die 4 U, below.
With this juicy new material out in the wild, we’re getting closer and closer to the release of the highly anticipated follow-up to HAIM’s 2013 debut album Days Are Gone. In March this year, the band shared a teaser clip in which they talk about how truly keen they are to head back out on the road with their new songs ahead of their next album.
Having now completed only the first show of their current US tour, HAIM might have even more new tunes to showcase as they grace stages across the US and Europe (and maybe Australia? Maybe?) throughout the rest of this year, so stayed tuned.
Watch: HAIM – Nothing’s Wrong (New Song) (Live At The Observatory, 17.05.16)
Watch: HAIM – Give Me Just A Little Of Your Love (New Song) (Live At The Observatory, 17.05.16)
Watch: HAIM – I Would Die 4 U (Prince Cover Live At The Observatory, 17.05.16)