'Want You Back' is the first single from Haim's second album 'Something To Tell You', which is scheduled for release on July 7th 2017 through Polydor and Columbia Records. It follows their previous promo single 'Right Now', and came ahead of their second single 'Little of Your Love'.
Shot in Sherman Oaks, California, the video has been directed by Jake Schreier (who has previously worked with the likes of Chance The Rapper and Cashmere Cat). It sees the three sisters - Este, Danielle and Alana - exploring the streets on which they were raised together. The summer dance anthem was performed for the very first time on 'Saturday Night Live', and they also took it to BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend and 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'.
Haim released their UK number one album 'Days Are Gone' in 2013, but have since appeared as guest artists on a number of hits including Calvin Harris' 2015 song 'Pray to God'; Stromae's 'Meltdown' also featuring Lorde, Pusha T and Q-Tip from 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1' soundtrack; Primal Scream's 2016 songs 'Trippin' on Your Love' and '100% or Nothing'; and Brandon Flowers' 'Lonely Town' from 2015, among others.
The Los Angeles band will embark on a North American tour in September, including appearances at the likes of Bumbershoot and Life is Beautiful Festival, but before then they will appear in the UK for Leeds and Reading Festival and Australia for two shows at the Enmore Theatre and Splendour in the Grass Festival in July.
08/19 ALT 98.7 Summer Camp - Queen Mary Events Park Long Beach, CA
09/03 Bumbershoot Festival Seattle, WA
09/04 Malkin Bowl Vancouver, BC, Canada
09/05 Roseland Theater Portland, OR
09/07 Fox Theater Oakland, CA
09/09 Arlington Theatre Santa Barbara, CA
09/10 Ohana Music and Arts Festival - Doheny State Beach Dana Point, CA
09/12 Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre Salt Lake City, UT
09/13 Ogden Theatre Denver, CO
09/15 Riviera Theater Chicago, IL
09/16-17 Music Midtown Atlanta, GA
09/24 Life Is Beautiful Festival Las Vegas, NV
10/20-22 Lost Lake Music Festival Phoenix, AZ
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