California sisters release debut today
Andrew Trendell
10:08 30th September 2013

Haim have suggested that work is due to begin on their second album, despite their debut only being released today. 

Taking to Twitter, Haim sister and guitarist Alana said tht the band were already thinking about the future.

She said: 

The band caused controversy this weekend when they dedicated a performance of 'The Wire' to Prime Minister David Cameron during an appearance on The Andrew Marr Show. Following a stripped-down rendition of the Days Are Gone track, bassist Este Haim turned towards where the PM was sat and said: "That was for you DC - it's all about you."

The Prime Minister then took to Twitter to reciprocate his love for the band:

Watch their appearance on Marr below

Haim's long-awaited debut album, Days Are Gone, is out now. 

They recently stunned with two performances at Reading & Leeds Festivals, giving audiences a taste of what to expect from their winter tour. They will also support Phoenix at their European dates in November and early December.

Haim's full European headline dates are as follows:

25th November – Gruenspan, Hamburg
26th November – Buergerhaus Stollwerck, Cologne
27th November – Melkweg, Amsterdam
30th November – La Gaite Lyrique, Paris
1st December – Doornroosje, Nijmegen
2nd December – Trix, Antwerp
4th December - UEA, Norwich
5th December – HMV Institute, Birmingham
6th December - Metropolitan University, Leeds
8th December - The Ritz, Manchester
9th December – HMV The Forum, London
12th December – The ABC, Glasgow
13th December – The Academy, Dublin

Tickets are on sale now. For more information visit Gigwise Gig Tickets.

Below: Haim go hard at Leeds Festival, 2013