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The Haim sisters’ meteoric rise has seen the LA trio of sisters picked to tour with Mumford & Sons and remixed by electronic music favourites Duke Dumont, Cyril Hahn and others, the groups’ rise to the indie-rock scene has seemed as easy as breathing for the trio.

The debut album ‘Days Are Gone‘, schedule to be released September 30 on Columbia Records, will include the already popular ‘Don’t Save Me’, ‘Falling’ and ‘Forever’ and some new unreleased gems.

You can hear the latest break-up anthem ‘The Wire‘ off the forthcoming album from the ladies’ SoundCloud. The track is everything uplifting minus the cheesiness of the ‘girl power’ mantra, and will probably have women everywhere up in arms – so watch out men. ‘The Wire‘ is perfectly pop with enough edgy guitar and clapping attitude to have it lean nicely in rock territory and give the girl’s their own distinctive voice in this monster indie music scene.

Check out Haim’s music and get that “I knew them before they were famous” feeling because these sisters will undoubtedly be the year’s biggest sensation. We predict them headlining every major festival from the UK to the US and everywhere in between.

The Wire” is lifted from the album “Days Are Gone,” which is due Sept 30.

Shea Kopp

is an audiophile and electronic music activist who calls both Los Angeles and San Diego home. She is the contributor to multiple music blogs. Find her on the dance floor when she is not writing about or listening to music. Feel free to contact Shea at shea.kopp@gmail.com