Haim have announced that they will play seven gigs across the UK and Ireland in December this year.
The tour will see the trio start in Norwich and then perform in Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, London and then heading to Ireland to play Dublin.
Haim, a group of sisters from LA have often been compared to early Fleetwood Mac. The band have yet to release a full album but by the time they start their tour they will have released their debut album’ Days Are Gone’.
The album, which will include singles ‘Falling’ and ‘Don’t Save Me’ is due to be released on the 30th of September.
This past weekend (23rd-25th August) Haim performed at the Reading & Leeds Festival on the BBC Radio 1/NME stage to a crowd who packed the tent.
According to NME the trio also hooked up with French band Phoenix backstage at Reading who helped them how to speak French. They taught Haim how to say the likes of “hurry up with my damn croissants!” from Kanye West’s ‘Yeezus’ and “where can I get the best steak-frites in Paris?”
The band have also played various other festivals including T in the Park, Glastonbury and are set to perform at this years iTunes Festival on the 21st of September.
During the tour Haim will play:
Norwich, UEA – (December 4th)
Birmingham, HMV Institute – (December 5th)
Leeds, Metropolitan University – (December 6th)
Manchester, The Ritz – (December 8th)
London, The Forum – (December 9th)
Glasgow, The ABC – (December 12th)
Dublin, The Academy – (December 13th)
Tickets for the Haim tour will go on sale Friday, 30th Aug 2013 at 10:00AM and will be available from all the usual ticket outlets. Make sure when you’re buying tickets though that you don’t pay over the odds or get scammed.
While you’re here, why not watch Haim as they performed at Glastonbury earlier this year.