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Days Are Gone (10th Anniversary expanded Deluxe Edition)

limited 180g transparent green 2lp in gatefold sleeve w/ alternate cover art in printed clear slipcase + 30cm x 30cm poster - £42.99 | Buy
2cd w/ new cover art + poster - £16.99 | Buy
The infectious debut that first brought the Haim sisters to our attention but with added demos, remixes, and a pretty spiffing fold out poster.

days are gone

2LP - £37.99 | Buy
Women In Music Pt. III

1.            Los Angeles

2.            The Steps

3.            I Know Alone

4.            Up From A Dream

5.            Gasoline

6.            3am

7.            Don't Wanna

8.            Another Try

9.            Leaning On You

10.         I've Been Down

11.         Man From The Magazine

12.         All That Ever Mattered

13.         FUBT

14.         Summer Girl

15.         Now I'm In It

16.         Hallelujah


Women In Music Pt. III

  • gatefold 2lp

    Released: 26th Jun 2020

  • cd

    Released: 26th Jun 2020

  • yellow cassette

    Released: 26th Jun 2020

  • limited indies exclusive yellow 2lp + download

    Released: 26th Jun 2020

    out of stock
  • limited picture disc 2lp

    Released: 5th Jun 2021

    out of stock

the sororal trio have proven no easier to resist on this third album of retro-made-modern rock-pop that seems tailor-made for having the most glorious summer imaginable.

rostam & Ariel Rechtshaid returned to the production desk, alongside danielle haim & evidently knocked it out the park once again! Standout tracks include 'The Steps', which pushes guitar to the forefront in a way the band has not done before. Clean, chorused electric guitar, overdriven lead lines, and strummed acoustic 12-Strings lock in together wonderfully. The breezy & beautiful 'Summer Girl', poignant reflective ballad 'Hallelujah' and emotionally charged 'Now I'm In It' are all gems. “By breaking from what the world might expect from them & letting themselves do whatever the hell they want, they have produced a record that’s experimental, soothing & vulnerable; it’s a thing of great beauty” 5/5 – nme.