HAIM produced two thoroughly enjoyable albums with Days Are Gone (2013) and Something To Tell You (2017), but the Los Angeles sisters have truly arrived as pop heavyweights on record No.3.
Women In Music Pt III is both the boldest and the best collection of songs the Haim sisters - Este, Danielle and Alana - have put to tape.
It's a celebratory journey down the corridors of the last three decades of pop music, taking interesting detours at every turn.
Los Angeles kicks off with a jazzy saxophone and Danielle's lament about her mixed relationship with her home town.
"Los Angeles/ Give me a miracle, I just want out from this/ I've done my share of helping with your defense," she sings.
Then Up From A Dream bounces around happily before introducing a slicing guitar riff and a tub-thumping bass line.
Previously Haim have been pigeon-holed by their Fleetwood Mac influence. On Women In Music Pt III Haim shrug off that criticism and display the full complexity of their record collection.
All That Mattered features guitar flourishes that would make Prince proud and the R'n'B soaked 3am draws inspiration from En Vogue's 1996 hit Don't Let Go.
That's not to say there isn't mishits. Another Try is driven by a cheesy white reggae riff and features a sanitized drum machine beat that almost sounds like Inner Circle's Sweat(A La La La La Long). Best leave that influence back in 1992.
Elsewhere Don't Wanna doesn't deviate far from Haim's trademark sound, but it's probably their greatest example of pure irresistible pop hooks.