After four years of waiting on the edge of our seats, indie trio Haim has finally released a new Album, according to Billboard.

The full-length debut, which officially dropped on July 7, combines lyrics about relationships, soul-searching and their five-year journey touring the globe.

"It's definitely a record about growing up and figuring out your feelings, and working through different relationships," singer Danielle Haim told NPR.

New LP reflects HAIM’s definitive sound

"Something To Tell You" stays true to their 2013 Grammy-nominated album "Days Are Gone", which has that 80s sound, reminiscent of The Pretenders, Stevie Nicks and Pat Benatar that is so rare to find outside of today’s Indie pop genre.

Even the tracks with emotional lyrics still have a refreshing, dreamy, fun, pop vibe, making their music easy to listen to while still conveying a deeper message.

The album has everything HAIM fans have missed since their last release, including breathy harmonic vocals, synthesized beats, fluid cadences, distorted guitar, and transformative percussion and drums.

“The whole record reflects the fact that we spent years on the road,” Danielle Haim told NPR. “Learning to deal with everything [has been] both empowering and humbling,” she said.

The first song on the new release, “Want You Back” illustrates the regrets of a past relationship. The main chorus, with the repeated lyrics, "just know that I want you back", offers the promise to do better and make up for the past.

"While [it] plays like a song about wanting someone back, it's more about me becoming more in touch with my own feelings,” Danielle Haim told NPR. “It's definitely about self-reflection and growing up and realizing that there's always two sides to the coin."

Fans anxious for new album release

Since "Days Are Gone," the group has not dropped so much as a single, according to Rolling Stone.

Fans have had to get their girl-band fix from a few song collaborations with Calvin Harris, Primal Scream, Lorde, Q-Tip, Stromae and M83 for some albums and soundtracks including “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1” and “The Divergent Series: Insurgent."

HAIM, pronounced hy-em, formed in 2006, according to The group is composed of sisters Este, 31, Danielle, 28, and Alana Haim, 25.

They started out in their living room in California’s San Fernando Valley when they were just teenagers, according to The Guardian. Both collectively and independently, the sisters collaborated and toured with artists including Jenny Lewis and The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas, until they released their own first EP, "Forever" in 2012.

"Something To Tell You" contains 11 songs and is now available on disc, vinyl, Spotify and iTunes.