Haim Unveils 'Gasoline' Remix With Taylor Swift, Plus Expanded 'Women in Music Pt III'

Reto Schmid


Kick off your boots in the passenger seat, because it's finally here!

Just days after eagle-eyed Swifties noticed an ASCAP registration for "Gasoline (Featuring Taylor Swift)," Haim unveiled the collaboration with their superstar pal on Thursday (Feb. 18).

The song, originally featured on the sister trio's June 2020 album, Women in Music Pt. III, now features Swift on harmonies in the chorus, plus taking the reins on the sassy second verse. "You did me bad / And I did it back / You needed a--, well, what's / Wrong with that?" she sings.

"Gasoline" isn't the first time the female forces have teamed up musically. Haim are featured on Swift's Evermore, on the murder-mystery country track "No Body, No Crime."

Haim also dropped an expanded version of WIMIII, including a remix of "3 AM" featuring Thundercat, and the previously-released "Now I'm In It," "Hallelujah" and "Summer Girl" as bonus tracks.

Listen to the "Gasoline" remix and the entire expanded album below.