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Indie sisters Haim announce spring tour with a stop in Detroit


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Be still our indie-loving hearts our favorite trio of singing sisters is headed to Detroit.

Haim are pop-rock L.A darlings, and while they might be besties with Taylor Swift (#SqaudGoals, anyone?), they are best known for producing hook-heavy road-trip jams. They will kick off their North American on April 3 in Portland, Oregon with Minneapolis rapper Lizzo. Before wrapping at Colorado's Red Rock Amphitheater on May 28, Haim will bring their "Sister Sister Sister" tour to the Fillmore on May 8. (YASSS QUEEN!)

Though Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim dropped their sophomore record Something to Tell You last year, it was 2013's breakout hit "The Wire" that got us hooked. And yeah, they have a knack for cute AF covers — case in point Shania Twain's "That Don't Impress Me Much."

Watch Haim's throwback inspired tour announcement below and visit their website for a full list of dates. Tickets go on sale Friday, Jan. 26.

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