https://youtu.be/fnd Kass U-m8 Saw this older video about a month ago, and I swear to God I just had a dream about Sara Quin doing the same thing in a music video to a Trump looking burglar but eventually morphed into a regular dude. Omg I could so see her doing a video like that for real! Saw this older video about a month ago, and I swear to God I just had a dream about Sara Quin doing the same thing in a music video to a Trump looking burglar but eventually morphed into a regular dude. Just because you identify as a ciswoman it doesn’t mean everyone does. Also, the past two years we've been out playing a pop record, which was really weird with everything that's been happening culturally and politically.
Through music and lyrics, they try to communicate the incommunicable; many of the songs express a desire to penetrate the barriers that our brains put up.
“I just want back in your head,” goes the chorus of the first single.
I think that was the last record where creating an image was really exciting and then that image just went online.
Tegan and Sara seem to know that most of life happens in our heads.
https://youtu.be/fnd Kass U-m8 Haha I could see Sara kicking trumps ass all over her house! Omg I could so see her doing a video like that for real! Transgenders have a very hard time trying to come to terms with their identity and they don’t need little shits like you complaining about them changing their body.
https://youtu.be/fnd Kass U-m8Also tired of girls turning into trans boys bc they don't like femininity. I dated a girl once and fell in love with her so bad, she was perfect.
's release, all of the songs I wrote were so hard to perform.
Now things feel so much better, so I have that perspective.
Though we all live in the real world, there’s no way we can ever silence the noise, chatter, and obsessions that provide a constant soundtrack to our everyday life.
On their fifth album THE CON, the 26-year old Canadian twins use an intricately varied sonic backdrop (provided by Death Cab for Cutie producer Chris Walla) to express the chaotic thoughts—mostly having to do with the angst of relationships—shooting around their heads.
Raised in Calagary, Alberta, Tegan and Sara have been making music since forming a “garage duo” when they were fifteen years-old.