Three sisters cover Shania Twain’s ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much’ and it’s seriously unreal.

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Three sisters cover Shania Twain’s ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much’ and it’s seriously unreal.

Haim are an indie pop trio consisting of three sisters — Danielle, Este and Alana Haim — who have been playing music together since they were kids covering classic rock songs in a family band.

Music wasn’t just a hobby for the three sisters, though. They stuck with it, and eventually gained a following in Los Angeles, where they signed a record label and released their debut album ‘Days Are Gone’ to wide acclaim.

The group became known for its unique, off-kilter yet catchy blend of Fleetwood Mac-style classic soft rock and 90s R&B rhythms.

But they recently covered another 90s icon of a different genre, taking on country legend Shania Twain’s ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much.’

See the video below for their fresh, stripped down take on an unexpected song choice — it’ll make you hear it in a whole new way…

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