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So marriage isn’t even something I really thought about until a few years ago, and Prop 8.Even as a gay person, for a long time not much of my life was consumed by this.As musicians who didn’t get radio play for most of their career, we recognized how important placement in television and film was.It’s always been a place that we have put a lot of time and energy into.So I think a true Tegan and Sara fan will absolutely still hear the essence of Tegan and Sara.But it’s just a little more slick and it’s definitely not as much of a rock band record, that’s for sure.Just even that spark when you first meet someone, I just had never covered that. Even if it was about a relationship that was doomed and ended badly, just the idea that I could go back to that relationship and remember that moment…that second that I met that person, and it wasn’t bad, it was amazing. So I tried to focus on some of the more positive sides of meeting someone and falling in love. AE: Speaking of process, the two of you write very differently, correct? I think a big part of that is that in our live shows we actually sing together, and on record, we rarely sing together. I think that’s why people really ended up liking so much, is that we made it a collaborative effort for the first time ever. For more info about Tegan and Sara, check out their website (teganandsara.com) and follow them on Twitter (@teganandsara).
You have to use creative ways to continue to expand and diversify your audience. The reality is people grow up and don’t listen to music as much, or they fall out with your band, or your new record doesn’t resonate with them. So that’s why we are always doing new things and trying new things.It’s really been in the last four years where I feel like marriage in general and gay marriage has become so relevant in my life.Tegan Quin was interviewed for, and is quoted in, the article "The Rainbow Connection: Gay and Lesbian Artists on Marriage and More," which is in our Protest Issue.Tegan Quin took time out to talk with After Ellen about The Dinah, the evolution of the band’s sound, and how making After Ellen: You are going to be headlining this year’s Dinah, or as it’s sometimes called, Lesbian Spring Break! Will you be playing some of your older fan favorites as well? I mean our live shows include songs from all of our records, so we definitely love playing all our stuff. AE: I remember very distinctly going to my local record shop in Kalamazoo Michigan in 2000 and stumbling across . You music continues to be very unique and progressive.
Tegan Quin: No, I’ve never made it to a Dinah Shore before, so this will be our first time playing and our first time attending.
We ended up having seven or eight songs that ended up being placed in the tv show .