Because they don’t want to be your secret anymore
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, masseyhall.com.