Sibling trio Haim - made up of sister Este, Alana and Danielle Haim - have admitted their parents help set up their recent collaboration with A$AP Ferg after they met him at Coachella Festival.
Haim's parents set up their collaboration with A$AP Ferg.
The trio - made up of sisters Este, Alana and Danielle Haim - have teamed up with the rapper on a rework of their track 'My Song 5', and it came about after he met their mother and father at Coachella Festival in California.
Alana told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Our parents met him at Coachella Festival. We played the same stage and shared a dressing room.
''Now it's a total love affair. I think Ferg loves our parents more than us.''
The family trio have spoken about their parents in the past, with Alana crediting them with inspiring them to get into music when they were younger.
She previously said: ''We owe our parents everything, they introduced us to music, gave us our first instruments and wanted us to become a band.
''So I always call my parents to let us know I'm still alive and OK on the road. I miss them lots, I do - it's so dorky to say it but I really do. There's times when you just miss your mom.''
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