HAIM recently shared a new video for their single “Hallelujah,” following a Paul Thomas Anderson-directed visual for the song when it initially released. The new video pays tribute to the group’s fanbase, featuring clips of submitted videos of fans singing along to the melodious track.
In addition to spotlighting a digital collage of dedicated fans, HAIM includes clips from their parents, along with Ezra Koenig, Emma Stone, Clairo, Childish Gambino, and Charli XCX, adding some star power to the sing-along. Each clip passes by rather quickly, but if you pay close enough attention you’ll recognize the stars in their home videos.
This follows the trio’s release of a powerful visual for “Now I’m In It,” a song that displayed the sisters’ struggles with depression. The video for “Now I’m In It” was also directed by frequent collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson.
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2019 is coming to a close and here’s a little something to say thank you for all the love you guys have given our songs that we released this year. we appreciate everyone who submitted and we added a few surprises too! there’s so much more we want to share but you’re just gonna have to wait till 2020. i’m not crying you’re crying ❤️