Coming off the release off their highly anticipated sophomore album Something To Tell You and their recent appearance at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge, the Haim sisters now plan to take fans behind the music.
The California trio will be dropping a behind-the-scenes documentary tomorrow on Apple Music, detailing the making of their new album.
According to a press release, the documentary, titled Haim: Behind The Album, will feature “footage from late-night studio sessions, rehearsals and home videos” to create “an intimate portrait of sisters Danielle, Este and Alana Haim.” Check out the trailer for the film below.
— Apple Music (@AppleMusic) June 27, 2017
Here are a few things we want to see in Haim: Behind The Album.
A Throwback Montage
If the documentary is going to feature home videos of the Haim sisters, we want them to be in the form of a throwback montage, possibly over one of their new slow jams like “Right Now” or “Night So Long.” And if the following Instagram post is any inkling of what fans can expect, we are in store for some very cute home video clips.
More Dance Parties
From their recent performance at Glastonbury to ruling the streets of LA in the “Want You Back” music video, there’s no denying the Haim sisters like to dance. So, it’s a no brainer that there will definitely be some dance parties happening in this doc.
Over the past few years, Este, Alana and Danielle have become huge stars in their own right, but their friend circles are just as big—if not bigger. From Taylor Swift to Grimes to Kesha, the Haim sisters have some serious famous besties. Maybe one (or a few) will make an appearance in their film.
More Of Their Family
Haim is a family band, so why not get the whole gang involved? When Alana was just four-years-old, their parents Donna and Moti formed a family band called RockinHaim. So here’s hoping their parents share a musical moment with their daughters in the documentary—for old times sake.
A Bonus Track Or Surprise Cover
The world just got a whole new Haim album, but there’s never enough Haim. We’re hoping the sister trio surprises fans with a bonus track in their new documentary. Or at the very least a surprise cover, like their most recent one of Selena Gomez’s “Bad Liar” using household instruments.
Check out Haim: Behind The Album tomorrow on Apple Music.