Fresh off their headline US tour and a run of European festivals including an amazing set at Glastonbury, HAIM is starting their long awaited UK tour next week.


‘The One More Haim Tour’ will see the band performing their biggest UK shows to date. It will be a welcome and long-awaited return for the Californian sisters, who sold out Alexandra Palace two times over the last time they were on these shores. Above all this time around they have 2 big nights booked at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse!


Their latest release Women In Music Pt. III topped the UK album chart upon release and welcomed with an outpouring of critical acclaim and rave reviews. NME hailed WIMPIII “a thing of great beauty” and “their best album yet” in their 5 star review, while Dork called it “the trio’s most daring venture” and Uncut praised its “intriguing experiments,” “creamy vocal harmonies” and “irresistible instrumental hooks.”

In yet more 5 star reviews The Independent called it “a fearless, effervescent album” while the Telegraph proclaimed the record “their best by a distance,” backed up by the Financial Times who hailed it their “most accomplished album to date… a powerful statement of intent.” The Line of Best Fit meanwhile asserted “Haim prove they’re as infectiously multifaceted as any of their contemporaries.” After that The Sunday Times made it their Album of the Week, writing, “Call it perfect third album syndrome.” Furthermore, the band took home their 3rd Brits Awards for best international group last May.


Women In Music Pt. III is the follow up to Haim’s sophomore album, Something To Tell You, which was released in July 2017. Something To Tell You debuted at No.2 on the UK album charts and No. 7 on the Billboard 200 following release and was critically acclaimed by NME, The FADER, NPR, and more. Subsequently the album was declared “a gleaming triumph of artisanal pop music” by Stereogum. In addition Pitchfork called the album “slyly complex” and The Observer noted that it “finds them adding a bittersweet edge to their fusion of retro pop styles.”


We’ve long been fans here at The Journalix, be sure not to miss out:

13th July Millenium Square, Leeds
14th July SSE Hydro, Glasgow
16th & 17th July O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
19th July Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
20th July Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
21st July O2 Arena, London