The sister trio gave a taste of their forthcoming third studio album, "Women in Music Part III," with the groovy "The Steps."
The heartfelt single arrived with an accompanying visual helmed by American filmmaker and Haim's frequent collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson, with the help of bandmate Danielle Haim.
The four-minute video finds Anderson following the Haim sisters through the various steps of their morning routine until things become more chaotic.
As the action unfolds, Danielle is seen applying her red lipstick directly onto her toothpaste-covered lips while Este drinks an unspecified brown liquor out of her mouthwash bottle.
"Every time I think that I've been takin' the steps/ You end up mad at me for makin' a mess/ I can't understand, why you don't understand me baby," the trio wonder in "The Steps," as they chronicle a romantic relationship that is starting to wear off.
"The Steps" arrives on the heels of the official announcement of "Women in Music Part III," whose production was overseen by Rostam Batmanglij, Danielle Haim as well as her romantic partner and Vampire Weekend producer, Ariel Rechtshaid.
The forthcoming full-length will mark the trio's third studio album, following 2017's "Something To Tell You."
"The name came to me in a dream and I woke up laughing, so I told my sisters," Danielle said in a statement, with Alana adding "I liked it because we are literally women in music and we always get written about that way."
"It seemed cool to make it our own and control the narrative. It made me think about some of our experiences more," she continued.
Aside from "The Steps," "Women in Music Part III" will include the previously released "Summer Girl," "Now I'm in It" and "Hallelujah."
In a recent sit-down with Clash magazine, Haim opened up about the genesis of their third studio album.
"It's so much easier now to [put songs out as and when] -- there's not as much red tape. We didn't even tell our management or label; we were just like, 'We're going to do this thing and put it out.' It's been a really, really fun process to just be like, it is what it is," Alana explained.
While "Women in Music Part III" will hit streaming services on April 24, discover the accompanying visual for "The Steps":