The Chatroom: Haim
Part 3 in our video series that chronicles conversations with women who are cooler than ice pops
Aaaaaand, The Chatroom is back — once again courtesy of NARS Audacious lipstick — this time with the band Haim, who serve as the ideal, three-pronged chaser for our first two contestants. Should your short term memory fail you, said contestants were Jenna Lyons, who can cuff a sleeve better than cereal tastes on a Saturday morning, and Rashida Jones, who can deadpan in the wake of a bad joke better than a stoic emoji who’s been cryogenically frozen in your high school AIM profile.
If you’re wondering what it is that Haim can do, may I just remind you that the band is made up of three sisters who are also college professors at liberal arts universities. They travel internationally to deliver dissertations on that which distinguishes an artist from an artiste. I’m kidding. About all of that. (Practice your Rashida-Jones-deadpan-face at that joke here.)
They are sisters though, and they’re musicians, and together they’ve been on the road for the past two years because humankind loves them and wants to hear them sing. They’re good at it, yes, but they have interesting stuff to say, too, so watch the video, cross your arms, flail your legs and say it with me: if we harmonize for fifteen more seconds, we might actually become sisters.
And because round three of a three part series has wrapped, it must be asked: who in the good name of people with good names do you want to see next on The Chatroom?