Label: Columbia Records
Released: July 7

Haim has built their reputation on layering catchy melodies with the kind of pop-rock instrumentation that your parents would approve of, and that formula continues on Something to Tell You. The album runs 10 tracks long—one shy of their breakout debut album Days Are Gone—with the kind of hooks that are tailor-made for a karaoke night out. You also experience some Fleetwood Mac vibes on “You Never Knew” and “Nothing’s Wrong,” and who could complain about that? As far as balance, the first half of the album has more replay value, but there are still moments to enjoy from the second half. Hopefully the sister trio decide to cut down on the four-year wait for the next release. —Edwin Ortiz