HAIM and Taylor Swift are back with another collaboration.
This time, the American pop rock trio and the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter have teamed up for a reimagined version of 'Gasoline', a song taken off the former's 2020 album Women in Music Pt III.
"She (Swift) brought such amazing ideas and new imagery to the song and truly gave it a new life," said HAIM.
The release of the song comes just two months after HAIM was unveiled as a featured artist on the hit song, 'no body, no crime', from Swift's evermore album.
Taking to their official Twitter page on 19 February, HAIM, which comprises sisters Este Haim, Danielle Haim, and Alana Haim, announced that the remix of 'Gasoline' is one of several bonus tracks from the expanded edition of Women in Music Pt III.
gasoline (feat. @taylorswift13) + 3 am (feat. @Thundercat) out now!!https://t.co/mpV9hgVkS6 pic.twitter.com/5o3bPaIWH8— HAIM (@HAIMtheband) February 19, 2021
The album's extended tracklist also includes a new version of '3am', which features the trio's longtime friend, Thundercat. According to HAIM, the American bassist and singer-songwriter, whom they had always wanted to work with, gave the song a "magical twist".
In addition to the updated versions of 'Gasoline' and '3am', the album contains three never-before-heard tracks — 'Now I'm In It', 'Hallelujah', and 'Summer Girl'.
Stream the expanded edition of Women in Music Pt III here: