Haim have shared a video for new song "Hallelujah." The video is, once again, directed by Oscar-winner Paul Thomas Anderson. Scroll down to check out the California trio's latest release now.
In the days before launching "Hallelujah," the band tweeted that the song is about "family, love, loss, and being thankful for it all." Both Este and Alana Haim posted messages about what the song means to them, with Alana dedicating her verse to a friend who passed away prior to the band's success.
We have a song called hallelujah coming out on Monday. It’s a song about family, love, loss, and being thankful for it all. It’s hard to talk about my verse in the song but I wanted to open up about it so here i go... pic.twitter.com/0KqdNx7syq— HAIM (@HAIMtheband) November 16, 2019
our new song hallelujah comes out tomorrow. this song is for anyone struggling with chronic illness and the people around us who we truly rely on for help and guidance. pic.twitter.com/xd6wBOuAli— HAIM (@HAIMtheband) November 17, 2019
"Hallelujah" is the lastes release from Haim following "Summer Girl" and "Now I'm In It." The trio are also involved in a new Hanukkah-themed album from Hollywood composer Randall Poster. Yo La Tengo, the Flaming Lips, Jack Black, and more will appear on Hanukkah+ when it is released on November 22.