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The sisters of HAIM connect the dots between '70s rock, '80s synth pop, and R&B from the '90s onward and update the traditions of those styles in fresh yet familiar ways. They were already veteran multi-instrumentalists by the time they released their 2013 debut album, Days Are Gone, and that polish -- as well as the sisters' knack for hooks -- led to strong sales, critical acclaim, and a Grammy nomination. HAIM continued to play with the elements of their music on each album, leaning into their flair for harmonies and sophisticated pop on 2017's Something to Tell You and emphasizing their relatable songwriting on 2020's confessional Women in Music Pt. III, but their flair for reinventing generations' worth of music as their own remained. Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim were born and raised in California's San Fernando Valley. Their parents were musical (their dad, Moti, played drums; their mother, Donna, sang) and encouraged the sisters to play instruments at an early age. While the sisters were still kids, the family formed the band Rockinhaim, which played sets of classic rock covers at charity shows. In 2005, Este and Danielle became members of the pop group the Valli Girls, whose songs appeared on the soundtracks to the film The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and the 2005 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards.