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Haim still riding a wave of success (11/22/2014)

The Los Angeles-based trio of sisters behind the highly praised 2013 album "Days Are Gone" continue to ride high. There's really no other way to describe the success they've had and the journey they've taken over the last year-and-a-half other than to say that critics adore them, and fans love them even more.

Haim spent a year recording "Days Are Gone" in sessions between live shows. They experimented with the music program GarageBand, various drum machines and synthesizers, adding hip-hop and R&B to their sound. The album shot to number one in the UK and had sold more than 200,000 copies there, spawning a tour of Europe through the remainder of 2013 along with keyboardist Tommy King. They even made a brief detour to play as the musical guest of "Saturday Night Live" with host Josh Hutcherson.

The group's U.S. tour kicked off in April 2014 and continued into May, with fans clamoring to get their hands on Haim tickets. They also captured the NME "Best International Band" award, and this past August released the video for "My Song 5" in a remixed version, featuring well-known rapper A$AP Ferg. The cut was the sixth and final release from "Days Are Gone," and in October the group recorded a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Rhiannon" with Stevie Nicks.

Haim is currently recording their second album. In November they also contributed vocals to the track "Pray to God" on Calvin Harris' fourth studio album "Motion."

A real sister act (Created May 15, 2013)

They've been compared to Fleetwood Mac. In a sentence, their sound has been described as "folk meets 90's R&B." And they waited some six years between their formation and the release of a first album – practically this and another lifetime in the age of a musician's career. Yet the members of Haim have finally broken through, and in a big way.

Haim (rhymes with "time") came together in Los Angeles in 2006. Formed by sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim, along with drummer Dash Hutton, they played local venues and stayed busy with other projects for the better part of five years. That time included Danielle playing drums on one of Jenny Lewis' tours, guitar and percussion for Julian Casablancas, and as part of the all-female backing back for Cee-Lo Green.

When the Haim sisters decided to take their music more seriously, the world was waiting. They've already played as supporting artists for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, The Henry Clay People and Ke$ha, and their first three-song EP ("Forever") garnered acclaim from the music press and the public following their appearance at the South by South West Festival in March 2012. It's been all uphill ever since, with Haim making their debut tour of the UK in November before supporting Florence and the Machine on their tour in December.

On January 4, 2013, the BBC announced that Haim had topped their second annual Sound of 2013 music industry poll of the most promising new musical acts for the coming year.