Is tegan quin dating anyone

Tegan, older by eight minutes, assured that the answer is no, and that the song and its title was inspired by her sister's epiphany during a noncommittal dating situation with a woman.

"Neither Sarah or I are like that, so she was dating someone and this person was zeroing in on someone else she'd been seeing as long as Sarah.

So Sarah was like, ' You're treating me like a boyfriend here, you're calling me every night, we're going out all the time—let's lock this down.' I love that Sarah used the term 'boyfriend,' because I felt like I say that in my relationship, too.

“We’ve been talking a lot about hiring as many women and LGBT people as possible…and with Clea and Rachel came this incredible all-female camera team, and I’d say about 80 percent of those working on the set were female—it was an incredible creative environment to be in!

” Tegan and Sara have spent over half their lives performing together in a band.

I don’t understand why the world can’t relate to a song written by a queer woman.

I’m writing about the same shit everyone is writing about.

Our fan base, which has followed us over the years, has changed and evolved, but overall we still have a really strong, central queer fan base.” Like all their albums, tells a story. I think that with us, 10 songs, or 35 minutes, is a good amount of time to tell the next part of our story.” This time around, the story begins with the first single, “Boyfriend,” which, Tegan confesses, is one of Sara’s songs about falling in love with a straight girl.

“Each record is a chapter in the story of Tegan and Sara,” Sara says. The chorus echoes the heartache of countless lesbians who have been through the same cycle: is the day they released a pointedly tongue-in-cheek video for “Boyfriend.” They called on some rad queer women to help out: Clea Du Vall, who has been friends with the Quins for about 10 years, directed the video. Designer Rachel Antonoff (sister of musician Jack Antonoff) was the creative director.

"Boyfriend" has already been followed up with a bouncy, bona fide earworm, "U-Turn," that seems to owe as much a tip of the hat to Tom Tom Club's iconic '80s ditty "Genius of Love" as Norway's electro-diva Annie.

Every one of the album's 10 songs will be accompanied by a video created in collaboration with "directors and artists who are queer, or transgender, or women, or people of color," Tegan stated.

Two songs from Red tape appeared on the album, and two from Orange tape.

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