The only way they could speak to each other with the barriers of society was through the music and the art they created.
THE CON deconstructed into a story as we watch the girls create their 2007 album.
Each chapter is explicitly inspired by direct lyrics from it's corresponding song.
AKA The novel the girls and Emy always imagined The Con to be.
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Tegan and Sara, the duo consisting of openly gay Canadian twin sisters Tegan and Sara Quin and their band, have been evolving from singer/songwriter acoustic arrangements to fuller sounds with additional instruments—particularly those of an electronic nature.
Their latest disc, pulses with a set of irresistible songs, incorporating trademarks of their style such as infectious melodies, vocal interplay and harmonies, and a distinctive use of lyric repetition.
The songs “Closer” and “Drove Me Wild” are full-fledged club anthems, placing Tegan and Sara firmly in dance diva territory.
I had the pleasure of speaking with Sara shortly after this new disc’s release.
Gregg Shapiro: Sara, keeping in mind the heartbreak and heartache themes we hear on , where do you stand on the subject of Valentine’s Day?
Sara Quin: It’s funny, because I think we’re fairly romantic and sentimental in terms of our personal lives and who we are.
But I’ve always had a very strange feeling about Valentine’s Day.