Watch HAIM’s Video for New Song “Hallelujah”

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HAIM, photo by Grant Spanier
HAIM, picture by Grant Spanier

HAIM have shared one other new track. This one’s titled “Hallelujah” and it arrives with a music video directed by frequent collaborator and household good friend Paul Thomas Anderson. The band co-wrote the track with Tobias Jesso Jr. It’s produced by Ariel Rechtshaid, Rostam Batmanglij, and Danielle Haim. Watch the “Hallelujah” visible under.

Prior to the discharge of “Hallelujah,” Alana Haim shared a prolonged assertion about her verse on the only, which she mentioned is a tribute to her good friend Sammi Kane who died at age 20. “It was a loss that changed my life forever. Sammi was my everything, and coming to terms with the fact that she wasn’t here, that I couldn’t call her, I couldn’t hug her, I would never see her bright smile and sparkling eyes ever again broke me,” Alana wrote.

Este Haim additionally shared an announcement about “Hallelujah,” writing, “to me it’s a song about relying on the people around you and reflecting on how different life could be if those people weren’t around.” She continued, “I wrote my verse a few days after I’d gotten some pretty terrible news from my endocrinologist…. This song is for anyone struggling with chronic illness and the people around us who we truly rely on for help and guidance.”

“Hallelujah” is the newest single from the sister trio, who launched the songs “Now I’m in It” and “Summer Girls” earlier this 12 months. The band launched its second album Something to Tell You, in 2017.

See the place HAIM landed on Pitchfork’s record of the 200 best albums of the 2010s.