The three jewish sister queens have announced their sophomore album, Something to Tell You, and released a new video for “Right Now” and yes, it is straight up ~~girl magic~~.

Filmed in one take in Valentine Recording Studios by director Paul Thomas Anderson, the video starts off with Danielle Haim sitting ever so gracefully on a piano as she begins singing “gave you my love, you gave me nothing.” The camera starts shifting toward basshead Este Haim serving up crazy bass face that we missed and chanting “right now, right now.” Last but not least, baby sister Alana is moving about multi-tasking with different instruments. Then, it gets straight up ’80s magical with a sort of Toto’s “Africa” vibe if that makes sense?? Around the end, Este and Alana serve looks as they bang on their drums and pure magic emanates out of them. Okay, maybe not but you know what I mean.

In the past four years, the HAIM sisters have performed with Prince, Taylor Swift and made Stevie Nicks the fourth HAIM sister. After touring around for three years, they headed back home to San Fernando Valley to record their album with the help of producers Ariel Rechtshaid and Rostam Batmanglij, ex-member of Vampire Weekend.

Something to Tell You comes out July 7 and we can’t wait! That’s all the news for now but don’t forget to catch the musical sisters on SNL with Melissa McCarthy on May 13th. Will they play old jams? Perform the new “Right Now”? Or maybe even release a new track by then? Only time can tell.

Watch the video for yourself!

What do you think the new album’s going to be like?

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Originally from Miami, Marimar has always been a music junkie. Ever since she can remember, she has been singing and playing around with different instruments although she may sing some notes a bit off-key and scratchy with her raspy voice. Moving to Orlando for college, she let go of her 8-year orthodontist dreams to pursue a degree in Journalism. She quickly realized this meant getting to write about her one true love: Music! No matter what genre, she probably enjoys it and can talk endlessly about it. Now graduated, she writes concert reviews, plays around with different instruments and pets every dog in her sight because they're pretty great too. Check out more of her work at !


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