The Lodge Masters Haim’s Highly Anticipated Debut Album ‘Days Are Gone’

The Los Angeles-raised, indie pop-rock trio, Haim, released their highly anticipated debut album Days Are Gone today, receiving rave reviews from Pitchfork, as they were awarded the title of Best New Music.  The album was mastered at legendary New York mastering studio, The Lodge, Chief Mastering Engineer, Emily Lazar, assisted by Rich Morales. 

Over the past year, the band of sisters have been busy signing with Jay Z’s Roc Nation management team, landing a record deal with Columbia Records, releasing their “Forever” EP, and having crowds adore their singles “Falling” and “Don’t Save Me” while playing for Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and Glastonbury.

See Haim's "The Wire" music video HERE.

In a recent interview, Rolling Stone states how the sibling-rockers have drawn rave reviews from the Strokes, One Direction, Rihanna, and Mumford and Sons, and Billboard Magazine has recognized Haim’s Days Are Gone release as one of 2013’s Most Anticipated Debuts.  They will also be adorning the cover of SPIN Magazine's October 2013 issue.

These talented young songstresses are on the rise and with there harmony laced up-beat sounds and soulful lyrics, they are quickly becoming a rhythmic force to be reckoned with. 

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