What to do if you’re HAIM? In the sense that ever since this trio arrived, they’ve had countless me-too bands trying to recreate their brand of sunny Californian road-pop. And while that ethos does still drive Want You Back – sigh, those harmonies – this is a pared down, relaxed iteration of their sound. It certainly suits them, gitem it’s as good as anything they’ve done and makes for a gentle reintroduction to just how bloody fantastic they are. Welcome back, ladies. Turns out we did want you back ourselves.