Days Are Gone is the debut studio album by American pop rock band Haim. It was released on September 27, 2013, by Polydor Records. The album spawned six singles: "Forever", "Don't Save Me", "Falling", "The Wire", "If I Could Change Your Mind" and "My Song 5". The album was recognized as one of The 100 Best Albums of the Decade So Far by Pitchfork in August 2014.
Written-By, Producer, Guitar, Vocals – Alana Haim. Written-By, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Drums – Danielle Haim.
There is nothing cool about Haim's music, and that's why it's so refreshing. While many of their contemporaries engaged in a contest to find the most obscure influences, and '80s revivalists sucked synth-pop and new wave dry, the Haim sisters dug up the decade's biggest, poppiest sounds and fashioned a captivating debut album out of them.
Haim's highly-anticipated debut album, 'Days Are Gone,' is out this week through Polydor. It is a spectacular and confident collection of smartly written rock and pop songs that do not defy tradition but also do not sound like anything else currently on the charts. But these are the five best songs on the album. We Hung Out With Haim and Made A Movie About It. Haim's 'Days Are Gone' LP is out now. Watch a short film we made about them last year. That Time Haim Rode Miley.
Haim – 'Days Are Gone'. Californian sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim appear on their album cover sitting in deck chairs, wearing sunglasses. They’re taking it easy: something they do a lot of. Even their most bitterly romantic songs like ‘Better Off’ and ‘Forever’ are funkified to the point where the nights spent crying that inspired them are distant memories – or at least have been repressed by piña coladas. This lightness of tone is a large part of the appeal of ‘Days Are Gone’, the band’s debut album
Granted, Haim whip up yesterday’s cheese into today’s hipster catnip with more panache than most MTV-era revivalists. After Falling arrives on a synthetic echo of Ultravox’s Vienna, overhauled fragments of Berlin’s Take My Breath Away ( Don’t Save Me ), Billy Ocean’s When the Going Gets Tough (country-pop bouncer The Wire ) and Tango in the Night-era Fleetwood Mac ( Forever ) breeze by in bright flurries of snappy snare, sun-bronzed harmonies, soulful vocals (sister Danielle). Days Are Gone cannily equips Haim for that kind of fame, but less familiar routes might be the making of them. Artists Dairy Products Fleetwood Mac Folk Rock Music Non Us Rock 80's Pop Singers.
Album · 2013 · 11 Songs. 11 Songs, 44 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 2013. See All. Something To Tell You. 2017.
队列表 Pop Rock Haim Days Are Gone. 6. Don't Save Me. 03:51.
With Days Are Gone, the Haim sisters aren’t awash in mystery, but they’re not exactly forthcoming with: A) what they want to do, or B) who they want to be. Their process in creating music reminds me of those Salad Stories, in which some nameless chef frantically opened up his or her fridge and jumbled a bunch of ingredients to tasty results (See: The Caesar). Late album cuts Let Me Go and My Song 5 prowl rather than strut, and it’s in that shift from bouncing to stomping where a touch of ego might inspire more character. The slick, Kate Bush-inspired R&B of Go Slow and Running If You Call My Name prove fantastical enough, but Danielle’s conviction rarely matches the passion behind their instruments.