Este Haim is an American singer, musician, and bassist. She is best known as the bassist and one of the lead singers of the band Haim. Este and her two sisters, Danielle and Alana, form the group. Haim released their debut album Days Are Gone in 2013, and it was an instant success, earning critical praise and commercial success.
Este was born in Los Angeles, California on March 14th, 1986. She is the youngest of three sisters, and was raised Jewish. She started playing the bass at a young age, as her father, Mordechai, was a professional musician. She attended college at UCLA and studied Ethnomusicology.
Este and her two sisters formed Haim in 2007. The band first gained attention by touring with Jenny Lewis and Julian Casablancas. In 2012, the band signed with Polydor Records, and their debut album Days Are Gone was released in 2013. The album was a commercial success, reaching number one in the UK, and number six in the US. The album received critical acclaim, and the single "The Wire" was nominated for a Grammy Award.
In addition to her work with Haim, Este has collaborated with various other artists. She has provided backing vocals on songs by artists such as Vampire Weekend, M83, and Florence + The Machine. She has also played bass for artists such as Taylor Swift, HAIM, and The Strokes.
Este is known for her laid-back and fun-loving personality. She is an advocate for mental health awareness, and has spoken openly about her struggles with anxiety and depression. She is also an avid supporter of animal rights and has been a vegetarian since she was a teenager.
Este is a multi-talented musician who continues to make waves in the music industry. With her strong work ethic and passionate performances, she has earned a place as one of the most influential musicians of the 21st century.