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If it’s anyone, Hillary Clinton is “that girl” right now. We actually met President Bill Clinton couple years ago in Toronto — we did an event for him. I don't feel as freaked out or as anxious as I've felt on other albums cycles or in other parts of my life.
When he walked up, he shook our hands, gave us hugs, and then he was like, "I'm so excited to meet you guys, my wife and I love Grey's Anatomy, and ‘Where Does the Good Go’ is our favorite song." After that, he thanked us for all the work we done in the LGBT community. Like, I was like, “I don't want to go on in-ear monitors, I just want to sing on monitors.” Nobody said no to me. When you're younger, things sort of live in this nebulous place where you haven't yet experienced it.
2016 marks not just the release of Tegan and Sara’s eighth album, Love You to Death, but their 20th year as a band.
By some metrics, their sound has evolved immensely, but by others it’s been remarkably resilient.
Over breakfast earlier this month, we used each of the new album’s 10 tracks as jumping-off points to discuss all sides of Tegan and Sara: politics and process, the changing industry and how they stay healthy, and, finally, the mutual respect and ambition that has enabled the sisters to, as Sara puts it, “elevate ourselves to satisfy each other.” And in between their answers, hear four brand-new remixes of “Boyfriend,” debuting here today. As Canadians, there's an enormous amount of what Bernie talks about that resonates with us, but I do feel that Hillary is inevitable. That’s not good for your audience because your audience wants to see you challenging yourself. I can honestly say the confidence around what we do as performers and what we do as a business is at an all-time high.
talked with the twins sisters about making the record, why they decided this was the time to broaden their sound and how they got over their vicious sibling rivalry.
They hate doing interviews together, since they tend to talk all over each other, so we spoke to them separately.
Sara Quin It's been a few years since your last album.
Is that something you planned, or was the break more organic? As the time started to add up, we realized that we could take what we had written and go back into the studio and sort of bang another record out, but there was no need. What countries do we want to play that we haven't played before?