The Haim sisters don't seem to follow "The Steps" of a conventional relationship in their robust, yet groovy new song, which they released today (Mar. 3) ahead of their upcoming third studio album Women in Music Pt. III.
The combination of a chorused electric guitar, overdriven lead lines and strummed 12-string acoustic guitar, not to mention Danielle Haim's drumming technique she demonstrated for fans on Twitter, provides a stirring beat for the angsty anthem about not being the perfect significant other but doing just fine for oneself.
"The Steps," which was written by all three Haim sisters along with Ariel Rechsthaid and Rostam Batmanglij -- and produced by Danielle, Batmanglij and Rechsthaid -- steps up in tempo in comparison to Haim's previous discography. But the Paul Thomas Anderson-directed music video (which Danielle also assisted with) retains the vigor of the pop rock band's past clips.