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Why Haim will never split to go solo

Este, from the three-sister band, says they are very close and have the most fun playing music together

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Alana Haim (L), Danielle Haim (C) and Este Haim (R), of the band Haim, perform on the Other Stage the Glastonbury Festival of Music and Performing Arts on Worthy Farm near the village of Pilton in Somerset, south-west England on June 25, 2017. -/ AFP / OLI SCARFF

Members of the all-women rock band Haim are adamant they’d never split up to have their own solo careers.

The band comprises of sisters Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim and they have been working together on music long before they became famous.

“People ask us all the time: ‘Do you think you could do this solo.’ But I don’t think we’ve ever known anything any different,” said Este.

“We grew up being really close and, honestly, doing everything together. I always wanted to play music and do something creative, and I knew that if I could, I wanted to do it with Danielle and Alana because they’re the closest people in my life and we had the most fun playing music together,” she added.

The trio have just released their new album Something to Tell You.