Go Behind-the-Scenes on HAIM's Album "Something to Tell You"

Go Behind-the-Scenes on HAIM's Album "Something to Tell You"

The Haim sisters released a 14-minute long short film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson showing the recording process of HAIM's sophomore album, "Something to Tell You."

The Haim sisters released a 14-minute long short film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson showing the recording process of HAIM's sophomore album, "Something to Tell You."

Text: Christina Cacouris

Following the overwhelming success of their sophomore album Something to Tell You which debuted this summer, the Haim sisters (Este, Danielle, and Alana) have released footage of the recording process at Valentine Recording Studios in North Hollywood, the same studio where legends like Frank Zappa and Quincy Jones spent time recording. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, the 14-minute film shot in 35mm brings together recording sessions for "Right Now," "Something to Tell You," and "Nothing's Wrong." More documentary than music video, the short film shows the multi-disciplinarians across a range of instruments, culminating with the three sisters hitting a drum set simultaneously, ending with a bang.

Watch the short film below.

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