Published Apr 13, 2017A series of recently unveiled billboards around the world seem to indicate that an announcement about HAIM's highly anticipated sophomore album is imminent.
A number of massive billboards featuring the trio's faces and a simple "HAIM" caption popped up in London, Berlin, Los Angeles and Sydney. As Pitchfork points out, a since deleted tweet from UK label Polydor revealed: "NEW HAIM COMING." In lieu of the deleted tweet, the label has since retweeted a photo of one of the billboards.
Fans have been sharing photos of the new billboard campaign, and you can see some examples below.
IT'S COMING!!! GET READY FOR ALBUM TWO. pic.twitter.com/8QHQK0DYwv— HAIMTheStreetTeam (@HAIMTheST) April 13, 2017
"NEW HAIM COMING" pic.twitter.com/8TNljTMiPi— kylie (@KylesHaim) April 13, 2017
As previously reported, the band have been working on the follow-up to 2013's Days Are Gone with producer Ariel Rechtshaid. They previewed a handful of new songs (including cuts called "Nothing's Wrong" and "Give Me Just a Little of Your Love") on a North American tour last year, before cancelling a European trek to finish off the upcoming LP.