Sister pop-rockers Haim recently paid tribute to one of their idols on the Australian radio station Triple J on its “Like a Version” segment where artists perform a cover of one of their favorite songs as well as an original. The Haim sisters chose to cover a song by an artist that they “worship,” Shania Twain. And the ladies didn’t tackle just any Twain tune but one of the country-pop superstar’s most iconic songs, “That Don’t Impress Me Much.” Haim certainly does the 1998 smash hit justice. You can check out their performance above.
To say that Haim are Shania Twain fans might be an understatement. Alana Haim calls Shania Twain the “inspiration” of her life. Este Haim lets would-be suitors know that the sisters have a few specifications as to who they date. "That's one of the boxes that you have to tick if you want to date any of us," Este said. "You have to be a Shania Twain fan.” Haim also chats with the hosts of Like a Version about Twain giving them a shout out when Haim dropped their sophomore album Something to Tell You. You can check out the congratulatory tweet below.
Haim will soon be touring in support of Something to Tell You; click here to browse AXS for tickets to select dates.
Congratulations on the new record girls @HAIMtheband 😍— Shania Twain (@ShaniaTwain) July 11, 2017