​HAIM Announce Sophomore LP 'Something to Tell You'

They've also unveiled a Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for "Right Now"
​HAIM Announce Sophomore LP 'Something to Tell You'
HAIM have been teasing the first official taste of their highly anticipated sophomore album for past couple weeks, and the wait for eager fans is finally over, with the group officially announcing their second album and giving us our first taste of it, to boot.

HAIM will release Something to Tell You on July 7 via Columbia. It marks the follow-up to the band's 2013 debut Days Are Gone and hears the group working with producer Ariel Rechtshaid, as well as former Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij.

The three-piece also unveiled a brand new Rechtshaid-produced single called "Right Now," and it arrives accompanied by a music video directed by none other than Paul Thomas Anderson. It captures the Haim sisters — Este, Alana and Danielle — live in the studio.

"This is where we start... live in the studio," they revealed, sharing the video on social media. "There's more to come, but this is it for right now."

Check out the Anderson-directed live video for "Right Now" in the player below.

Before the album arrives, HAIM will release the studio version of first single "Right Now." They are also scheduled to debut more new music when they perform on Saturday Night Live on May 13 with host Melissa McCarthy.