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their debut album ‘Days Are Gone’ due on September 30th HAIM put forth their latest video in ‘The Wire’ before hitting Reading & Leeds next weekend. ‘Days Are Gone’ is a record that wrestles with that early live potential and fully realises it, showcasing the breadth of their collective having performed live together on stages from a very early age.

HAIM have spent the past 18 months relentlessly touring the globe, building on all the early praise and winning over legions of new fans wherever they play. An undeniable favourite at the Glastonbury Festival, the band return to the UK later this Summer, with a European winter tour to be announced imminently.