Photo by Pamela Littky.

Evenin’, lovelies.

So I just got back home today, and while I was flipping through the latest issue of Time Out: New York (which is, for reasons beyond me, still coming to my home on a weekly basis despite not having ordered a subscription), I happened upon an interview with Tegan Quin of Tegan & Sara. It’s very short and cute, so I suggest you follow the link to read it all at the source. My personal favorite moment? The ending:

Do you have a few more minutes to talk? I have so many questions about morality and romance that need answering.
Well, Rick [the publicist] is coming around the corner, so you’d better pick your favorite question.

Oh, man. I’m panicking.
I believe in you.

What’s your favorite Bryan Adams song to karaoke to? Shit.
[Laughs] Oh God. We do a lot of karaoke to Bon Jovi. If I had to sing to a Bryan Adams song… “Summer of ’69” is kind of great. We toured with Bryan Adams, like, eight years ago in Germany. I know it sounds totally weird and random. We were doing other dates, and it just came up, and were like, “Yeah, totally.” And he was playing to, like, 15,000 people! And let me tell you, it would silence anyone to hear 15,000 people, including Bryan, singing “(Everything I Do) I Do It for You.” I heard that song in grade five for the first time, and it changed my life.

Tegan and Sara’s Sainthood will be released this coming week. Have you read the MuuMuse review yet?

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