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Are you and your Cali friends optimistic about the decision?Tegan: I think everyone’s really optimistic in California and even outside of California. On faking it Sara: “In the beginning we were flying by the seat of our pants. We’d throw the guitars on the back of a rental car and stay in shitty hotels, calling our agents each day to book gigs along the way.” 2. We were exploring ourselves and not paying attention to what was cool. On writer’s block Sara: “I didn’t feel heartbroken when I was writing this album.
Like, it looks awful, I mean, you're cringing in them," and the girl was like, "I got food poisoning the night before and I was up just getting sick all night and I was in so much pain and I got to the shoot and I was dehydrated and tired and I went to the hospital right afterwards," and Tyra was like--It was like a close up on her face all the sudden and she was all like, "You know, I had"--I can't remember what it was, some sort of disorder, some sort of thing--"and I was in incredible pain and I was cramping and blah blah blah blah blah"--you know, she's doing this whole thing and listing all the characteristics, all the symptoms of her disease, and she goes, "But you just model through it." And I was like, "Oh my god, that's fucking genius.
It’s not very romantic, but you have to set up a schedule to remain connected and intimate with each other.” 7. 29) Tegan: “It’s a romantic but liberated look at love.
We’re juxtaposing the pop sound with our deepest and most emotional work.
Although the Quins hail from Canada, where same-sex marriage has been legal since 2005, they both live in the States--meaning they have a stake in, and an opinion on, the two potentially landmark cases currently facing the Supreme Court. Sara is a New York resident, where gay marriage is legal, but Tegan lives in Los Angeles, where for the moment at least, it's not.
That could change, depending on how the court decides the case involving the California's Proposition 8.