Remember last summer when HAIM sent every 90s kid into a frenzy with their on-air cover of Shania Twain’s pop anthem, “That Don’t Impress Me Much”? Fun times right? It appears the HAIM sisters were up to their nostalgic magic again recently when the rock band hung out overseas to attend events for Paris Fashion Week. In hopes of keeping Shania’s empowering musical rhetoric going strong, the band teamed up with Vogue and a handful of models to once again put their spin on the 1998 hit single.
As seen in the video below initially shared by Stereogum on Wednesday, Haim and some musically talented models take to the streets, buildings and naked statues of Paris to throw their own dance moves onto the classic karaoke favorite. Don’t judge the models too hard if at times they realize they forgot the lyrics to a specific verse - at least they remain cool and look good in the process. Some of the well-known models who participated in the video include Camille Rowe, Karly Loyce, Hannah Ferguson and Abby Champion.
Haim’s original performance of the track during their 2017 interview for Australian radio station Triple J was officially released as a single now heard on major streaming platforms. The interview was during the band’s international leg of promo and concerts for their Something to Tell You studio album, which had been released just a few weeks prior to the radio performance, which can be watched in full above.
Speaking of France, the band had toured across much of Europe and the U.K. back over the summer in continuation of their successful sophomore album cycle. The sister-based rock group had spent much of the tour playing with emerging rock/pop artist Maggie Rogers, who just announced her own upcoming album and will be touring around North America throughout the remainder of the fall.