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--are still every bit the outspoken activists they've been for most of their 13-year career.That outspokenness includes the currently front-burner issue of marriage equality.So ladies, it's been about 9 months since we spoke about this stuff, and in that time these two big, potentially landmark cases have come in front of the Supreme Court.What are your thoughts on the Prop 8 case, which Tegan, could potentially really impact you and your partner? When all of this came up, I was really nervous – thinking more grand on a national level and a global level how all of this attention to one case, and to California and to gay marriage – how that would feel as a queer person and also as a Canadian.Tegan: I think everyone’s really optimistic in California and even outside of California.As a Canadian a lot of my friends are like, “Oh, its gonna be overturned and people will be able to get married really soon.” But I think there is a hesitation to be overly confident, because we were confident the first time around.) and why the ghosts of past heartbreak can serve as fresh inspiration even when their present life is entirely drama-free...
That’s not what the song is about, so it needs to be preserved and protected." But with Greg, I didn’t feel any of those hesitations. " And we’re very cognizant of the ‘80s influence that probably happened very early on in our development, when we were kids.So for the first time in our career, we really were saying, "Yeah, this music is still as dark and depressing as ever." But it’s the kind of dark and depressing that makes you want to dance., we were asking a lot of the same questions to a lot of different producers, and when we sat down with Greg Kurstin, his answers excited me the most.Because I didn’t want someone who was gonna come in and try and protect what we had done in the past or say "Well, this is how people know you, so you need to have a guitar in this song." I wanted someone like him, who said, "That’s a beautiful song, and it could go in a lot of different directions.Some songs bubble and blip like long-lost Missing Persons outtakes, some slither icy-blue, a la vintage Depeche Mode. My life was completely drama-free, I was really healthy, and I had a ton of time to myself to write, go to therapy, grocery shop.
Then, there’s the seemingly shocking subject matter: romantic breakup of a most scarlet, soul-draining sort, in “Goodbye, Goodbye,” “I Was a Fool,” “Now I’m All Messed up,” “How Come You Don’t Want me,” and the sinister, thumping closer (and perfect album summary) “Shock to Your System.” “But you know what’s so funny? Things were just right in my world.” Where on Earth did a bad thing—and when I go back and start looking at relationships or break-ups and deconstructing that, it doesn’t matter if I’m in a happy place or a sad place.
But my sister has been in a relationship with the same girl for five or six years, and she’s the girl that inspired for Tegan—they had a lot of drama, but eventually it ended up being a very happy, successful relationship.