WATCH: HAIM Show Gratitude in PTA-Directed “Hallelujah” Video

The sisters’ third single this year is also their third collab with Paul Thomas Anderson.

Now that Daniel Day-Lewis has retired, Paul Thomas Anderson has seemingly turned to the Haim sisters for inspo—six videos deep and there’s no sign of their collaboration stopping. With three songs out this year there’s still no sign of a follow-up to HAIM’s 2017 album Something to Tell You, but PTA’s been there every step of the way with a video for each single. 

Their latest project together, shared earlier today, is called “Hallelujah,” and it sees the trio traversing an empty LA theater as their voices lilt over an acoustic guitar before the track’s orchestral swells in the final moments. There’s trick photography, there’s sound-responsive lighting, and, as always, there’s at least one Haim sister walking down the streets of LA. 

Their first single to also involve songwriter Tobias Jesso, Jr., the track was produced by Ariel Rechtshaid and Rostam Batmanglij, as well as Danielle Haim, who notes the song’s themes of sisterly bonds. Watch the video below.


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