We're getting closer and closer to the release of HAIM's highly-anticipated sophomore album Something to Tell You, out in just a few weeks. To tease us just a bit more, the eponymous sisters have shared the album's third single, "Little of Your Love." Listen to it below.

This track follows the previously released "Right Now" and "Want You Back," the latter of which was one of our picks for Best Tracks of the Week upon its release. "Little of Your Love," like "Want You Back," justifiably earns its Fleetwood Mac comparisons, but it only serves to elevate the bright pop-rock sheen that reflects off each shining second.

Something to Tell You is out on July 7 via Polydor. Revisit the Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for "Right Now" below.

In other music news, 2 Chainz has shared a music video for his new album track "Blue Cheese" featuring Migos. Watch it right here.

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