HAIM is making all our Hanukkah dreams come true.
The band took to Twitter on Tuesday, the first day of the holiday, to share a snippet of their own Hannukah song, announcing that they were coming after Adam Sandler's Hanukkah throne.
Sandler, of course, is responsible for one of the most famous Hannukah songs, "The Hanukkah Song," which became a classic after he performed it on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update in 1994. Few -- if any -- have come close to topping the hit since, but with references to latkes, Manischewitz, the Torah and menorahs, we think the Haim sisters are definitely onto something.
Check out their video, which they appropriate captioned, "first night of haimukkah ✡️ sandler we’re coming for you," below.
Este, Danielle and Alana Haim recently got a little support from their pal, Taylor Swift, who wore a HAIM-themed holiday sweater during rehearsals for iHeartRadio's Jingle Ball in Los Angeles earlier this month. See more on their friendship in the video below.
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