Many alternative musicians protested President Donald Trump's ban on citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries on social media.
Tegan and Sara
The Quin twins debuted "Stop Desire" on Beats 1 and you should prepare to have it in your head the rest of today.
The self-referential clip was directed by actress Clea DuVall and features the Canadian twin sisters at their most whimsical.
The Canadian twin sister act will cover a ton of the world in support of their upcoming eighth album.
"Boyfriend" is the lead single off the Canadian indie-pop duo's forthcoming album 'Love You to Death.'
The 15-second excerpts prove the Quin sisters are amping up the ‘80s synth-pop melodrama on the forthcoming 'Love You to Death.'
The Quin sisters will drop the upcoming album's first single on April 8.
Tegan and Sara have completed the recording of their eighth album, and they will debut new material during four intimate gigs in May.
Many musicians including Colin Meloy, Tegan and Sara and Ted Leo took to social media to celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court's legalization of same-sex marriage.
Tegan and Sara, Metric and Metz have been defending the world from crappy music for years – now they'll face off against aliens, too.