Introducing the next exciting chapter in twin sisters Tegan and Sara Quin’s musical career, the biting, propulsive slices of power pop on Crybaby reflect on the turbulence the twins felt in both their own lives and the world at large over the past several years.
Tegan and Sara's Crybaby was recorded in Seattle and Los Angeles and produced with John Congleton (Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten). The debut single, “Fucking Up What Matters” received strong DSP placement and airplay during release, landing the track at #1 on the Canadian ALT Specialty Chart.
In addition to the new album, Tegan and Sara's bestselling memoir, High School, has been adapted into a new coming-of-age TV series co-created and executive produced by Tegan, Sara, and Clea DuVall. Produced by Plan B Entertainment and Amazon Studios, the series premiered on October 14th.
With 10 studio albums to their credit and millions of records sold, Tegan and Sara have used music as a way of storytelling throughout their 20-year career. With that storytelling at the core, they have built a multi-faceted media empire that stretches into TV, books, newsletter, and public service, but always deeply rooted in music.
Tegan and Sara recently launched I Think We’re Alone Now, a Substack newsletter that includes both free and paid-tier content, spanning audio and text-message conversations as well as essays, lyric annotations, and behind-the-scenes looks at their upcoming projects. Tegan and Sara have received three Juno Awards, a Grammy nomination, a Governor General’s Performing Arts Award and the 2018 New York Civil Liberties Union Award. Outspoken advocates for equality, the duo in 2016 created the Tegan and Sara Foundation, which fights for health, economic justice and representation for LGBTQ girls and women.