Rock trio Haim has new management. Sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim have left Roc Nation for Full Stop Management, where they have signed with manager Brandon Creed, sources confirm to Variety. The move was first reported by Hits.

Creed is a seasoned manager who worked with Bruno Mars for nine years, during which the singer won multiple Grammys and saw a string of hit singles. The two split in May 2016. His roster includes Mark Ronson, Sara Bareilles and Troye Sivan. In March, Creed merged his company, The Creed Co., with Full Stop, founded by Jeffrey Azoff, who manages Harry Styles and Meghan Trainor.

Roc Nation, founded by Jay-Z in 2008, started working with Haim in mid-2012. By the end of that year, the girls had landed a recording contract with Columbia Records, home to Adele, Bruce Springsteen, and Barbra Streisand, among many other iconic artists.

Haim released a debut album, “Days Are Gone,” in 2013, which included the song “The Wire,” a hit in the rock radio format. Their latest, “Something to Tell You,” was released in July.

The band no longer appears on the Roc Nation website, and a Roc Nation rep has not responded to a request for comment.

Variety has also reached out to Creed for confirmation.