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Both Tegan and Sara were also dealing with the death of their grandmother.
The twins' mother had them when she was a teenager and she raised them by herself, so their grandmother figured prominently in their upbringing.
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This is Tegan and Sara’s fifth album, and their most fully realized and developed work to date.
It is a far cry from the bare folk-rock of the duo’s early work.
The now 26-year-old twins play guitar and provide vocals on every track, and are accompanied by a pickup team of musicians: they are joined by Jason Mc Gerr (of Death Cab for Cutie) at the set, Hunter Burgan (of AFI) on bass for Tegan’s tracks, Matt Sharp (of The Rentals) on bass for Sara’s tracks, and Ted Gowans and Kaki King on guitar.
After hearing the album’s single, “The Con”, one would expect it to be a highlight or standout of the album.
It was produced by [Chris Walla]( of [Death Cab for Cutie]( fame.“Nineteen” is momentous and churning, powered by Mc Gerr on drums, and refuses to succumb to a typical rock groove.“Are You Ten Years Ago”, a piece in the vein of the electro-pop of Stars, is halting, as the girls slightly displace repeated lyrics.The hooks are here, without doubt, but no song is dripping with them.
Instead, the melodies are subtle, but you’ll find yourself unable to remove them from your head later on.Instead, it is what a single should be: a catchy, addictive gem meant to entice listeners toward an album full of them.