Tegan and Sara in "Body Work" and "Carpool Confessional"

The song is credited as primarily Morgan Page’s but all the singing is Tegan and Sara so mediocre lyrics aside, I’ll consider this one a Tegan and Sara song. It’s great to see and hear them again:

AND they’re recording their new album finally! And they’re filming all their trips to and from the studio and posting “carpool confessionals” weekly throughout the process. They already have 6 episodes. You probably have to be a pretty big fan (like me) to appreciate any of this stuff. So, if you’re not and you don’t, don’t blame me. I warned you. But that said, the fourth one (below) is probably hilarious enough to be viewed by even non-fans.

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