Valentine: 14-Minutes of New Haim

In a 14-minute short film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie Nights, Magnolia, Punch Drunk Love), Haim provide an intimate look at the recording of their new LP Something to Tell You.

Rolling Stone reported:

In the 14-minute feature – filmed at Los Angeles’ long-dormant Valentine Recording Studios – the Haim sisters workshop and layer early versions of album tracks like “Right Now,” “Something to Tell You” and “Nothing’s Wrong” as Anderson’s camera swirls around the studio, capturing the action… The short film concludes with Danielle, Alana and Este Haim forming a drum circle, which has become a staple of the band’s live performances… The collaboration between the group and the Oscar-nominated There Will Be Blood director came about after Anderson realized that the Haim sisters’ mother was his former art teacher.

As usual, the three Jewish Haim sisters perfectly capture that 80s California pop sound, evoking Fleetwood Mack and Heart and looking like they’re having a great time too.


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