Watch Haim hit the town in video for “Now I’m in it”

The band’s latest collaboration with filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson.

Sister trio Haim have released a Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for their new single, “Now I’m in it.”

In the clip, lead singer Danielle Haim goes through the motions as she works a mundane shift at a diner. She quickly ditches her day job, hitting up a thrift store for new clothes and sunglasses as she gets ready for a big night out with her sisters. Later in the night, the group head to a bar where they down a couple of shots.

“Even when we’re writing about something dark or more serious, we like to tie it up in a bow so that there’s a bit of lightness to it,” bassist Este Haim said of the song in a press statement. “We want our music, and this song especially, to be the thing that helps you get through that rough time.”

The video for “Now I’m in it” continues Haim’s collaboration with Anderson, who also directed clips for “Summer Girl” and “Night So Long,” among other Hiam tracks. On the other hand, the sisters recently joined Charli XCX on “Warm,” from her latest album Charli.

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Watch the video for “Now I’m in it” here:

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