Tegan and sara dating history
One of the lyrics from your title track is “Nobody likes me, maybe if I cry.” Are either you or Tegan guilty of conning people into liking you by crying?
I definitely do not do that, [but] I think Tegan was trying to say that she does. Some of us tell jokes, some of us are shy, some of us are troublemakers.
We knew it would leak; I was only surprised it leaked so early.
But the people who download the album early are the kind of people that are excited about music, so it doesn’t bum me out that much. I don’t know how you could have a different attitude about it these days, because if you say that it bums you out or you hate it, then people get in your face.
Here, Sara candidly tells GO about the album, her hair, and her sister’s crocodile tears.
So the record was written from two completely different perspectives. I don’t feel like I neglect that part of who I am, but it’s a fine line to walk, especially in the rock community that we’re a part of.
For the first 21 years of my life, I didn’t care about my hair.
I was a total tomboy; I thought my hair was like being born with a limp or something.
Let’s get this out of the way: Sara and Tegan Quin are not only identical twins, they’re also lesbians and Canadian. Rolling Stone magazine voted their last album one of the 50 best of 2004, the White Stripes covered one of their songs (“Walking With a Ghost”), and Grey’s Anatomy—which has an average audience of almost 3 million viewers—has placed a number of Tegan and Sara hits in its episodes.
The duo has just released its gorgeous and complex fifth record, The Con (Vapor Records).
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He brought keyboards and a moog [a type of synthesizer] to Vancouver to contribute some ideas and we were blown away by how it expanded our sound and relieved some pressure on the guitars.