Haim have released an emotional video for their new song about battling with depression, “Now I’m In It.”
“‘Now I’m In It’ is about going through it,” the band wrote on Instagram. “A depression. Not leaving the house type of shit. For my sisters and I, there have been times in our lives where we have felt like we are stuck in a dark hole. This track speaks to that emotion.”
The energetic, synth-based instrumental lines mask the fragile vulnerability in the lyricism as the sibling trio sing emotive lines like, “‘Cause now I’m in it/ But I’ve been trying to find my way back for a minute.” The accompanying Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video sees Danielle Haim struggling to make her way through the monotony of her day, standing in the middle of a car wash, pouring coffee on a counter, and even getting wheeled out on a stretcher by her sisters.
Watch the video for “Now I’m In It” below.