Published Dec 20, 2019After releasing a video for "Hallelujah" late last month, HAIM have shared an updated version as a thank you to their fans.
The video comprises fan-submitted footage alongside a handful of shots from the band's famous friends, including Clairo, Charli XCX, Ezra Koenig, Emma Stone, Childish Gambino and more.
HAIM also hinted at new material coming in 2020. Check out the YouTube description below to see their message about the video.
2019 is coming to a close and here's a little something to say thank you for all the love you guys have given our songs that we released this year. We appreciate everyone who submitted and we added a few surprises, too! There's so much more we want to share, but you're just gonna have to wait till 2020. I'm not crying, you're crying ❤️
Watch the video below.
Previously, the band had shared a Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for the track.
At the time Alana and Este Haim talked about what their verses in the song mean to them, and paying tribute to Alana's deceased friend Sammi Kane.
"It was a loss that changed my life forever. Sammi was my everything, and coming to terms with the fact that she wasn't here, that I couldn't call her, I couldn't hug her, I would never see her bright smile and sparkling eyes ever again broke me," Alana said.
"To me it's a song about relying on the people around you and reflecting on how different life could be if those people weren't around…" said Este. "I wrote my verse a few days after I'd gotten some pretty terrible news from my endocrinologist.... This song is for anyone struggling with chronic illness and the people around us who we truly rely on for help and guidance."
Watch the original video here.
HAIM's last album was 2017's Something to Tell You.