Photo of HAIM by Jim Ross

HAIM intends to have their sophomore album, the followup to 2013's Days Are Gone, out by the fall, if all goes as planned.

The sibling trio revealed their plans in a newly published interview with Rolling Stone, where they explained their writing process, which included writing more than 12 songs, among them a track called “Little of Your Love" and another titled “Nothing’s Wrong.”

As we previously mentioned, HAIM kicked off their tour last month and debuted another pair of new songs, "Nothing’s Wrong” and “Give Me Just a Little of Your Love."

After writing the entire record in their parents' living in Los Angeles, the Haim sisters earlier this year teamed up with Days producer Ariel Rechtshaid to record before also being joined by ex-Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij.



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