The pair have released eight studio albums and numerous EPs.Their eighth album, Love You to Death, was released on June 3, 2016.
The duo earned a Grammy nomination in 2013 for their DVD/Live Album "Get Along".forming a band called Plunk without a drummer or bass player.That’s our first tip for catching ladies, btw: if you want to know, just ask!Now that you’re on the edge of your seat, re-applying your lipstick and tapping your Chuck Taylors to the beat of Frozen, let’s push on into this brilliant gem of internet magic.So in a weird way, the compromise was that I agreed to sort of be a more ambitious band and allow us to look at different things. I don't know what the future in terms of music will hold for Tegan and Sara, like I don't know what kind of record we will put out next, but I think that it feels really exciting to imagine, at this point, that there could be another shift coming.
But the compromise Tegan made was that I wanted to move in the direction of pop music, and I want to allow our influences of electronic music and pop music be on full display. We could literally make another record that feels like — I feel like The Con was a response to a time period where we felt that we had to do a certain thing and all of sudden we rebelled and wanted to make a record the way we wanted and do parts backwards and add drums at the end.2016 marks not just the release of Tegan and Sara’s eighth album, Love You to Death, but their 20th year as a band. I can honestly say the confidence around what we do as performers and what we do as a business is at an all-time high.By some metrics, their sound has evolved immensely, but by others it’s been remarkably resilient. I don't feel as freaked out or as anxious as I've felt on other albums cycles or in other parts of my life.If it’s anyone, Hillary Clinton is “that girl” right now. We actually met President Bill Clinton couple years ago in Toronto — we did an event for him. Tegan and I have had 17 years of adult experience where we have had to live through amazing highs and incredible lows.When he walked up, he shook our hands, gave us hugs, and then he was like, "I'm so excited to meet you guys, my wife and I love Grey's Anatomy, and ‘Where Does the Good Go’ is our favorite song." After that, he thanked us for all the work we done in the LGBT community. Like, I was like, “I don't want to go on in-ear monitors, I just want to sing on monitors.” Nobody said no to me. And it makes the future sometimes unsettling, but I feel less scared because I already know what those things feel like in a way.That’s very similar to what Sara saying: you never know what’s going to happen, hang on.