He'll now take to England's capital on 10 - 11 September 2021.
With their success steadily on the rise, HAIM are hitting the road in 2018. Following last year’s release of their critically acclaimed second album, soft-rock sisters Danielle, Este and Alana Haim are embarking on the Sister Sister Sister tour. Not only will they visit numerous cities in North America this spring and play a prestigious slot at Coachella, but they’ll also head to Glasgow, Manchester and London in the UK this June amid a slew of European festival performances.
Earlier this week HAIM were named Best International Band at the NME Awards, plus they’ve been nominated for Best International Group at next week’s BRIT Awards.
The super talented siblings, who are all vocalists as well as proficient at playing numerous instruments, grew up in a musical family. Although they initially formed HAIM in 2007, they didn’t get serious about launching the band until 2012. Their debut album, Days Are Gone, came out in 2013 and was greeted enthusiastically for its collection of tracks – like Falling, The Wire and If I Could Change Your Mind – that blend rock’n’roll and lighter, ebullient pop with touches of RnB and hip hop.
After what felt like forever, HAIM unveiled their sophomore release, Something to Tell You, in July 2017. We can’t get enough of the album’s lead single, Want You Back, or its accompanying video of the sisters strolling down the middle of a deserted Ventura Boulevard while showing off some seriously cool dance moves.
And now fans can hardly wait to see what HAIM have in store on their upcoming tour. Here are those Sister Sister Sister dates:
10 June – O2 Academy, Glasgow
11 June – O2 Apollo, Manchester
15 June – Alexandra Palace, London
HAIM tickets will be available by presale from 10:00 on Wednesday 21 February and will go on general sale from 10:00 on Friday 23 February at Ticketmaster.co.uk.