Tegan and Sara album stream

2013-01-25 by Sconza | 21 Comments
Tegan and Sara are steaming their new album, Heartthrob, ahead of its January 29 release.

The album marks a departure away from their guitar-driven indie roots, and into a more accessible synth-pop sound.

You can listen to the album in its entirety at the link below.

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/tegan-and-sara-continue-pop-evolution-on-heartthrob-album-premiere-20130124

Tagged: Tegan and Sara

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tommygun
January 25th 2013
26625 Comments


omg you guys it rules so fucking much

clercqie
January 25th 2013
6519 Comments


"more accessible synth-pop sound."

Nooooooo :[

Mookid
January 25th 2013
1485 Comments


Never got around to listening to this band

Oh well, I choose Hot Water Music anywawy

ibringyoufire
January 25th 2013
410 Comments


Disappointing.

Wolfhorde
January 25th 2013
15246 Comments


so people actually care about these? huh.

deathofasalesman
January 25th 2013
6058 Comments


Sainthood was ballin'. Not sure if I wanna listen to a synthpop T&S.

elephantREVOLUTION
January 25th 2013
2947 Comments


don't have very high hopes for this

ILJ
January 25th 2013
6935 Comments


I know a synthpop T and S sounds lame but the single was amazing so it's worth a shot.

GnarlyShillelagh
Emeritus
January 25th 2013
6386 Comments


they fuckin suuuuuuuuuuuuuuck

tommygun
January 25th 2013
26625 Comments


embrace it andcas it feels good man

tommygun
January 25th 2013
26625 Comments


me too man great band

album is hooky as hell only jammed it twice but loving it so far

TheEnygma
January 25th 2013
52 Comments


Please give this album a shot, heard it before the stream and it's kinda awesome despite the lack of guitars. Stuff like Goodbye, Goodbye, Drove Me Wild, How Come You Don't Want Me and Shock to Your System are just super good

Trebor.
Staff Reviewer
January 25th 2013
55034 Comments


Yeah it rules hard

Digging: Uchu Conbini - Feel the Dying Note

tommygun
January 25th 2013
26625 Comments


THERE'S NOTHING LOVE CAN'T DO

Wolfhorde
January 26th 2013
15246 Comments


"woman musicians"
woman is an adjective now? SEXIST! MYSOGYNIST! RACIST! RAPIST!

calm down, andcas.

Wolfhorde
January 26th 2013
15246 Comments


"this means petty logorrhea war on the internet."
Fix'd.

Wolfhorde
January 26th 2013
15246 Comments


You forgot my German? Interesting. I don't even know what exactly snack packs are.

Wolfhorde
January 26th 2013
15246 Comments


Also, I did not expect you to like stuff like this.

VisceralUproar
January 26th 2013
161 Comments


I could never get into the folk style. This new stuff is pretty good though.

tommygun
January 26th 2013
26625 Comments


have u even heard the con

Alex445
January 27th 2013
149 Comments


If It Was You and So Jealous are pretty cool albums. Sainthood and The Con... less so. I can't imagine they're on the rise in quality.


so I think I'll avoid this one.



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