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HAIM’s Album ‘Days Are Gone’ Available To Stream

Listen on NPR and check out Jewcy’s interview with Alana, the youngest of HAIM’s three sisters Read More

By / September 25, 2013

We’ve all been waiting for HAIM’s album Days Are Gone, but it doesn’t officially drop until September 30. Lucky for us, public radio has given us a Simchat Torah miracle—the album is available for live stream on NPR right now.

In May, Jillian Scheinfeld interviewed the band’s youngest, Alana, for Jewcy. Alana talked about her family, her favorite venues, and the band’s success:

I pinch myself everyday. We have been working so hard for the past seven years to get out of L.A., and it really has been the most amazing ride. My fear before was that nothing was going to happen, and my fear now is that it’s all going to stop.

Well, HAIM’s success certainly shows no signs of stopping. You can read the full Jewcy interview here and listen to Days are Gone on NPR’s First Listen.

Here’s one off their EP Forever:

Spotlight on the Band Haim: Three Jewish Sisters Who Rock

First Listen: HAIM, ‘Days Are Gone’ [NPR]