Tegan and Sara have been making music for rather long time. The Canadian duo first started off mainly playing guitars, but as things have progressed they’ve become a full fledged pop entity and we love it.
Their latest album, Love You To Death, was their second proper pop album and it is brilliant. Complete with dark songs about heartbreak, love, and sisterhood, the record, which is the band’s eighth, is delightful.
Along with the album, the two sisters, Sara and Tegan Quin, have decided to release a music video for each track. So far, they’ve had clips that involve dogs(!), paid homage to queer artists, and one that dealt with anxiety.
Now the pair have released their latest video for “Stop Desire” and it’s rather sexually suggestive and we can’t stop laughing.
The Wes Anderson inspired clip was directed by Allister Ann and sees the band dressed up on some seriously #throwback outfits.
The clip sees Tegan and Sara, among other people, doing a bunch of normal everyday things like visiting the post office and laundromat all juxtaposed with suggestive images. Isn’t it brilliant and kinda hilarious?
Talking about the song on their website, Tegan said that while writing “Stop Desire” she wanted capture the difference between desire and love.
Currently, the band are on a massive U.S. headline tour. For dates and ticket information visit their website.