Haim have just dropped their latest single and music video, 'Now I'm In It', which they previously teased as "the most haim haimy haim song ever written."
The song, which was produced by Rostam Batmanglij, Danielle Haim, and Ariel Rechtshaid (go Danielle!) is a pulsating synth-driven song, with a stunning stripped-back bridge.
The accompanying music video, directed by their collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson sees Danielle failing at working in a diner, before going through a car wash - coming out the other side and meeting her sisters. The video also features cameos from both Rostam Batmanglij and Ariel Rechtshaid!
In a post further explaining the song's meaning, the band shared that: "The track is chaotic- like my mind when i’m spiraling. fast-talking to myself- words jumbled up. heartbeat racing. these times are hard to forget and even harder to work through. after being constantly on the go the past couple years, i didn’t wanna stop and deal with some shit. also every day my sisters and i feel so fucking lucky that we get to do this for a living! it seemed like stopping and dealing with these emotions would be letting everyone down. but every time I’ve been depressed- it takes me accepting that I need help, to start to get out of it. it’s gotten a little easier as i have gotten older to recognize the symptoms and remind myself that when this happens, i need to seek help. (shout out to my therapist!!) anyway, we all know it’s important to talk about this stuff. this one poured out of us. take care of yourself. be nice to yourself. and thank the ones around you that help u everyday. hope this helps anyone who is in it right now ❤️"
Watch the music video below...