What Happened: The Haim sisters released their new album “Women in Music Pt. III” on Friday, but last year amid their release of the single “Hallelujah,” the band sat down with Vice’s i-D and got candid about post-tour depression.
“When you start tour you go from 0 to 100. When you’re done with tour you go from 100 to 0 overnight,” Alana Haim said. “It takes a really long time for your body to figure out what’s going on and I feel like I chase the high of tour for the first four weeks after it finishes. I’ll just be outside trying to find something to do. Then you get super sick and spend time in bed.”
The Frontlines: It’s no secret that many touring artists struggle with mental health. The lifestyle is notably chaotic, and touring leaves
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