A new collection of Tegan and Sara Posters has been released.
Check these puppies out.
No matter the sporadic raindrops falling throughout the outdoor Tegan and Sara show in
the Dallas Arts District, indie followers from all walks of life spilled into Annette Strauss Square
to see the twin singers on Thursday night. The Canadian sisters come by Dallas on their way
to Austin City Limits (as lots of artists do) to reveal exactly what they’ve been up to since their
2009 release of Sainthood. With some fresh brand-new tracks under their belt, the hipster
singers– we would never state that to their faces!– played exactly what seemed like a special
program for the amped up audience.
For fans who are stuck on their acoustic-heavy indie rock, brace yourselves. They have
actually turned to a new path of radio-friendly dance tracks that will permeate into your head,
never to leave once again.
Another new song, “Messed Up,” was quickly among the very best tracks of the night. Despite
their experimental ways, Tegan’s white-knuckled chords, the unbreakable consistencies, and
’80s design build-up struck the crowd like a strong gust of wind. Even after six albums and 13
years, the introspective sisters continue to alter their very own game and satisfy their devoted fans.
For a lesson in developing a follower base, ask Tegan and Sara. The outcome was an offered
out place complete of elated followers, reveling in the opportunity to see Tegan and Sara in
such an intimate setting. With plans to release their seventh studio cd, Sweetheart, next month,
Tegan and Sara revealed off some new things. Fans left happy not simply since they got to see a
Tegan and Sara program, however because they got to see an extremely great one.
Regardless of the sporadic raindrops falling throughout the outdoor Tegan and Sara show in the
Dallas Arts District, indie fans from all walks of life spilled into Annette Strauss Square to see the twin
vocalists on Thursday night.