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As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Alana, Danielle, and Este Haim about their new album, Women In Music Pt. III,. Since making their debut with 2013’s widely praised Days Are Gone, GRAMMY-nominated HAIM have embraced an undeniable abandon in their songwriting and sound, boldly following their intuition to its most fascinating outcome. On the strength of their sophisticated musicality and singular sonic vision, the Southern California-bred sister trio have collaborated with artists as eclectic as Stevie Nicks and Calvin Harris, Dirty Projectors and Vampire Weekend, sold out shows at iconic venues Los Angeles’ Greek Theater and multiple nights at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall, and embedded their songs with elements of everything from folk to hip-hop to power-pop. With their third album Women In Music Pt. III, HAIM now bring even greater imagination to their artistry, turning out some of their most fiercely original material to date.
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