Tegan and Sara are currently demoing new music.
Tegan and Sara have announced their new memoir, titled High School. The full press release can be read below.
Two of Tegan and Sara’s custom hand-painted guitars were stolen.
Tegan and Sara will be featured in an upcoming issue of Archie Comics. Pre-orders are now up.
Hayley Williams’s cover of Tegan and Sara’s “Nineteen” has been given an animated video.
Hayley Williams of Paramore talked about recording “Nineteen” for Tegan and Sara’s The Con X.
Tegan and Sara talked with Alternative Press about the upcoming 10 year anniversary of The Con:
Tegan And Sara created no guidelines. Artists could record in their own bedrooms, for all the twins cared, as long as they made it their own. “The goal wasn’t to get versions that sounded exactly like the originals, and we spent a great deal of time curating artists with individual songs to avoid that from happening,” says Sara. The effort was worth it, and they fell in love with the result: “It was fascinating to hear how people approached the project so differently from one another.”
Ryan Adams’s cover of Tegan and Sara’s “Back in Your Head” is up for stream on Spotify.
Chvrches have shared their cover of Tegan and Sara’s “Call it Off.” The song comes from the upcoming cover album of The Con.
Tegan and Sara have announced the track listing of artists that covered songs on The Con for its 10 year anniversary release. It’s full of some fantastic artists like Hayley Williams, Bleachers, MUNA, PVRIS, and Ryan Adams. See the full list below.
Tegan and Sara have announced an upcoming cover album of The Con. The release will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the album and will feature 14 different artists covering the entire album. The full announcement can be read below.
Lynn Gvnn of PVRIS and Tegan Quinn of Tegan and Sara interviewed each other for Nylon:
I think there were genuine fears and concerns that being “out” would hinder our success within our team or the label, but, for us, we saw no future in the mainstream, so once we were embraced by alternative music, we just pushed forward full steam ahead and accepted that we were going to be seen as a “lesbian band.” And we were okay with that. I think being women held us back much more often than being gay. We worked in alternative music for 10 years before we moved to pop. And that’s a man’s world. Us being gay may have helped us there rather than hurt us.
Tegan and Sara have announced a 10-year acoustic anniversary tour for The Con.
Tegan and Sara have created a short film for “U-Turn.”
Tegan and Sara have released their video for “That Girl.”
Tegan and Sara have launched a LGBTQ foundation for women and girls.
Through the Tegan and Sara Foundation, we can be proactive with our support rather than wait to react to discrimination as it occurs. We will support the work of other organizations who have been fighting for LGBTQ and women’s rights by raising funds and awareness for their initiatives. We will fight against the repressive legislation of the incoming Trump administration. We will fight against regressive homophobic, transphobic, and misogynistic legislation. We will fight for economic, racial and gender justice. We started the Foundation to dismantle the systems of inequity that prevent LGBTQ girls and women from reaching their full potential. Together, we can make a difference.
You can donate here.
Tegan and Sara have released a new video for “Dying to Know.”
Tegan and Sara hae posted up the “Simlish” version of “Stop Desire.” The song comes from up the upcoming soundtrack to The Sims 4: City Living video game. You can stream it below.
Tegan and Sara performed “Stop Desire” last night on Colbert.
Tegan and Sara’s new video for “Stop Desire” can be seen below.