We ain’t letting this up until the day we die!
Taylor Swift opened her Eras Tour stop in Seattle’s Lumen Field last Saturday – debuting her performance with HAIM singing ‘no body, no crime.’ The song is the 6th track in the 2020 album Evermore.
Seattle that was genuinely one of my favorite weekends ever. Thank you for everything. All the cheering, screaming, jumping, dancing, singing at the top of your lungs. Got to play “No Body No Crime” (aka No body no Haim) live for the first time with my sisters @HAIMtheband!!!!… pic.twitter.com/vDkAM4O93y
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) July 24, 2023
Her longtime friends, the HAIM sisters (consisting of Este, Danielle, and Alana), joined her in unveiling the most-anticipated surprise track in the duration of the whole concert. The said track would be the opening act for the remaining North American stops of The Eras Tour.
The song temporarily replaces ‘tis the damn season’ in the tour’s setlist.
That recent performance collaboration in Seattle between Taylor and HAIM coincides almost exactly one year after their last one in London. The trio siblings invited the singer-songwriter then to London’s O2 Arena to help on performing ‘Gasoline’ and ‘Love Story.’
The friendship between Taylor and the HAIM sisters went all the way back to the former’s 1989 World Tour. Since then, the latter collaborated with her on many of her projects like ‘no body, no crime’ and a cameo in the ‘Bejeweled’ music video.
The remaining stops of the North American leg of The Eras Tour would be at Santa Clara (Swiftie Clara), California (July 28-29) and then ending it at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles (Aug.3-5 and 7-9). HAIM is also there to perform the opening act.
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