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I would love to be up there with our peers, Arcade Fire or Vampire Weekend.Maybe we can reach enough people that we can sell out a Madison Square Garden or an O2 Arena at some point.And even if more artists did, pop rarely works that way.Tegan and Sara are low-key stars, and have no intentions of becoming “Olympians,” as Sara admiringly describes Swift and company.“The idea of a guy being like, 'I totally relate to 'Boyfriend,' girls are always playing these games with me,' and I'm like, I know,” she says with an emphatic groan.“I think there's a part of me that wishes I lived in a world where it was like that.”Fans won’t see this footage until the Love You to Death world tour, for which Sara has massive ambitions.But for them to demand more feels not only radical, but actually possible, and not only because Love You to Death is their strongest, catchiest record to date.
”But on this stiflingly hot day in late February, they’re styled to eradicate any differences. Each of the record’s 10 songs will have its own clip, ranging from a DIY video with an Instagram-famous dog groomer (piano ballad “100x”) to this big-budget affair.
Fans can usually tell the 35-year-old Canadian identical twins apart: Sara has a heart-shaped face, and Tegan has a little scar from her old labret piercing.
Their friends compare anxious Sara to a cat, and breezy Tegan to a dog.
(He’d worked with Kid Rock, and used the enjoyably inappropriate example of “All Summer Long” to show how an alternative artist could shift to the mainstream.) He challenged them about assuming there was a ceiling over their potential reach. They performed the song with Taylor Swift on the Red tour in August 2013 (she baked them biscuits and jam), supported Katy Perry on the Prismatic Tour the following year, and reached millions more people when they sang “Everything Is Awesome” for The Lego Movie.
“I was like, 'Well there is, quite literally,'” says Tegan. But this time around, they want to be the main event.
“Boyfriend” is one of Sara's songs, and it sounds like a right-to-reply from the silent partners of “I Kissed a Girl” or Demi Lovato's “Cool for the Summer.” “I let you take advantage 'cause it felt so good / I blame myself for thinking we both understood,” Sara sings seductively, before bursting into an anxious, sing-songy ultimatum: “You call me up like you would your best friend / You turn me on, like you would your boyfriend / But I don't wanna be your secret anymore.”She didn’t intend it as a kiss-off.