Tegan and Sara Concert Poster
“The Con” Tour – beige
Tegan and Sara Concert Poster
“The Con” Tour
size 11 x 17 (28 x 43 cm) Flyer size
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Experienced performers often state that a small amount of pre-show anxieties are an advantage. For Canadian singer-songwriters Tegan and Sara, the uneasiness was actually apparent as they premiered new tracks to a live target market for the first time. The 31-year-old duplicate relatives initiated a collection of North American travel times at Vancouver’s Vogue Theatre on September 23, two years after their final major tv show in the urban area Tegan calls home.
The nerves just weren’t present when they opened using the fast-paced rocker “Arrow” through 2009’s Sainthood. This well-practiced song saw both score at mics in advance, each equipped using guitars, using a four-piece band responsible for them and a series of boxes that will illuminate to the beat of the tune. Tegan and Sara continued with a handful of even more familiar songs, “Walking using a Ghost” from 2004’s So Jealous, which showcased Sara’s powerful multi-octave spectrum; “The Cure”, where Tegan took the limelight; and also the furious “Hell”, which Tegan detailed that she wrote for Vancouver.
Each songs were really excellent, a small change in direction from the grimier pop-rock sound our company’re employed to affiliating using Tegan and Sara, yet still tied using their hard-edged vocals. An efficiency of EDM collaboration “Body Works”, which Tegan and Sara recorded using Los Angeles-based DJ Morgan Page, arrived comprehensive using a seizure-inducing lightweight tv show and also instructions through Sara to “act you’re on fracture at a rave at 3 in the day”.
Therefore it was time to debut a handful of more brand-new tunes. “Messed Up” gone through from an over-use of bass, and Sara’s standard on-point falsetto struggled some pitch troubles.
The good news is, fun versions of “Back in Your Head” and “Alligator” picked points back up, while “Where Does the Good Go” and also “Call It Off” disclosed the band’s mental edge. Finishing off the determined with Tegan and Sara beloved “Living Room” off 2002’s If This Was You, the foot-stomping, hand-clapping variety acquired an update with the addition of synths at the bridge.
Back for a three-song encore, Tegan and Sara initial seemed alone on period for an audio efficiency of “Dark Come Soon” presenting Tegan, followed by “Not Tonight” featuring Sara and also a cover of Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire” tagged toward the finish. The evening completed on a higher notice with an encouraging functionality of “Feel This in My Bones”, from one more electronic cooperation, once, with Tiesto.
The new tracks just weren’t excellent, however a pointer of what is actually to come when Tegan and Sara’s fresh studio cd comes out in January 2013. Using the debut out of the way, they’ll get the then few tv shows to tweak and also fine-tune active shows of the brand-new tracks. And also the nerves ought to operating in their benefit.
For Canadian singer-songwriters Tegan and Sara, the uneasiness was actually apparent as they premiered fresh songs to an active audience for the 1st time. Tegan and Sara carried on with a couple of additional familiar songs, “Walking using a Ghost” from 2004’s So Jealous, which showcased Sara’s strong multi-octave span; “The Cure”, where Tegan took the spotlight; and the furious “Hell”, which Tegan illustrated that she created for Vancouver.
A functionality of EDM cooperation “Body Works”, which Tegan and Sara recorded using Los Angeles-based DJ Morgan Page, came thorough with a seizure-inducing lightweight program and instructions from Sara to “pretend you’re on gap at a go crazy at 3 in the morning”.
The brand-new tracks weren’t right, however a hint of things that’s to come when Tegan and Sara’s new studio album comes out in January 2013.