August 16, 2022

It’s been six years because the final correct Tegan And Sara album — not counting 2019’s Hey, I’m Simply Like You, the place they reimagined a few of their earliest songs — however they’ve stored loads busy since then with a memoir and an upcoming TV present based mostly on that memoir. However at the moment they’re again with information of a brand new studio album referred to as Crybaby, which will likely be out in October.

Crybaby was produced with John Congleton at studios in Seattle and Los Angeles. “This was the primary time the place, whereas we have been nonetheless drafting our demos, we have been eager about how the songs have been going to work collectively,” Tegan Quin stated in a press launch. “It wasn’t even simply that Sara was making lyric adjustments or reorganizing the components to my songs, it was that she was additionally saying to me, ‘This music goes to be quicker,’ or ‘It’s going to be in a distinct key.’”

A pair months in the past, the pair shared “Fucking Up What Issues,” which is able to seem on the album, and at the moment they’re sharing one other new music referred to as “Yellow.” Right here’s what Sara needed to say about it:

[It] was written after we started to take steps to heal the bruises we now have each carried with us since adolescence and early maturity – wounds that by no means fairly healed proper and flare up seasonally, sending us spiraling backward in time. Are we doomed to stay eternally 15, breaking apart and breaking up? I hope not.

It comes with a Mark Myers-directed video that nods to the music video for an additional music additionally referred to as “Yellow.” Test it out under.

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01 “I Can’t Develop Up”
02 “All I Needed”
03 “Fucking Up What Issues”
04 “Yellow”
05 “Smoking Weed Alone”
06 “Light Like A Feeling”
07 “I’m Okay”
08 “Fairly Shitty Time”
09 “Below My Management”
10 “This Ain’t Going Properly”
11 “Typically I See Stars”
12 “No matter That Was”

10/26 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Switch
10/28 Boston, MA @ Royale
10/29 New York, NY @ Pier 17
10/30 Washington, D.C. @ 9:30 Membership
11/01 Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Corridor
11/02 Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre
11/04 Cleveland, OH @ Home of Blues
11/05 Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
11/06 Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
11/08 Denver, CO @ Gothic Theatre
11/09 Salt Lake Metropolis, UT @ The Depot
11/11 Ventura, CA @ Majestic Ventura Theater
11/12 San Diego, CA @ The Observatory
11/13 Anaheim, CA @ Home of Blues
11/15 Los Angeles, CA @ Fonda Theatre
11/16 San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
11/18 Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre
11/19 Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
11/20 Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom

Crybaby is out 10/21 by way of Mother+Pop Music. Pre-order it