The soundtrack of summer 2020 just landed, thanks to Haim
Musical siblings don’t come much cooler than Haim, the LA-born trio known for their sizzling guitar riffs and dreamy Fleetwood Mac-esque bass lines. The sisters’ particular brand of sunshine-infused rock is made to be blasted loud on a sunny day, chilled beer in hand, so it’s happy news that their third album – the knowingly named Women In Music Pt. III – has arrived at the height of summer.
“Haim’s first album immediately set them out as a force to be reckoned with back in 2013,” says Stylist’s writer Meena Alexander. “But Women In Music Pt. III is another level – they’ve got inflections of everything from jazz to R&B in these songs that make them surprising and infectious. From the breezy harmonies on Summer Girl to the badass guitar solo on All That Ever Mattered, the 16 songs will have you wistful for the days when we can sway in front of a festival main stage again.” Women In Music Pt. III is out today. Listen via Spotify and Apple Music
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Join the biggest Pride party ever this weekend (without breaking social distancing rules)
June is Pride month, a time when LGBTQ+ people around the world come together to celebrate their freedom to be themselves and the progress made towards equality. And though coronavirus has put the parades on hold this year, the international LGBTQ+ community has a plan to keep the spirit of Pride alive.
Taking place online tomorrow, Global Pride is a worldwide celebration of live-streamed events, talks and performances – so everyone can safely participate in the party. Hosted by drag legend Todrick Hall, the line-up is packed with performers, political leaders and activists: think Laverne Cox, Nancy Pelosi, Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza, Sadiq Khan, Stephen Fry, Rita Ora and more. The celebrations kick off online at 6am UK time and last for 24 hours. Because when it comes to Pride, no one ever wants the party to end. Find out more
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