Be­cause they don’t want to be your se­cret any­more

Toronto Life - - Culture -

Af­ter dom­i­nat­ing the air­waves with “Closer” and per­form­ing at the Os­cars with com­edy su­per­stars the Lonely Is­land, Te­gan and Sara are now firmly in the main­stream. The sur­pris­ing part: it was the main­stream that ad­justed to them. Their lat­est al­bum, Love You to Death, re­tains the emo­tional com­plex­ity of their ear­lier work while evolv­ing the pop-banger style they de­vel­oped on 2013’s Heart­throb. It also of­fers some of their most nakedly au­to­bi­o­graph­i­cal tracks (“100x” and “White Knuck­les” are both about the oc­ca­sional strains be­ing sis­ters puts on their act) and their most di­rect state­ment yet re­gard­ing their sex­u­al­i­ties in the queer dance hit “Boyfriend.” Massey Hall, massey­

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