After playing to packed crowds on The Other Stage at Glastonbury 2014, HAIM have teased their desire to return to Worthy Farm in 2017 to showcase new material from their as-yet-untitled second album.
Whilst a release date for their anticipated new project has yet to be confirmed, the sisterly trio confirmed their intent to play this year during a recent interview with NME. On teasing UK tour dates, the girls said “We can’t wait to get back to the UK! Glaston-buuuur-aaay! We just wanna play.”
HAIM initially graced Somerset back in 2013, playing The Park in support of their acclaimed debut album Days Are Gone. Since their return the following year, they have made fairly low-key appearances within the limelight, bar an appearance by Este on Hozier’s Coachella 2015 set, where they performed a rendition of The Time’s Jungle Love, itself a repeat of the mash-up the rest of the HAIM girls played when they joined with Morris Day on The Jimmy Kimmel Show under the clever guise of ‘Morris Day And The Haim’. Catch that performance below: