It’s been nearly 17 years since Canadian identical twins Tegan and Sara Quin started playing in a band together at age 15, and nearly 12 years since they released their first album. Countless tours, heartbreaks and stage banter witticisms later, it’s been announced that Warner Bros. Records will be releasing Get Along, a 125 minute documentary (consisting of two shorter documentaries and a live concert film) about the Quins’ lives and careers.
It looks like much of the film focuses on Tegan and Sara’s childhoods and their first tour to India. Then the third segment, and the longest, For The Most Part consists of an intimate, stripped-down concert for the Quins’ friends and family in Vancouver at The Warehouse Studio.
You can pre-order Get Along from the band’s website, which will be available November 15 in a DVD/CD set, including 15 live tracks from the film. Dedicated Tegan and Sara fans can also opt for the package that includes three signed lithographs and four bonus tracks. Check out the Get Along trailer below, as well as a super cute bit of stage banter from 2007, where the two talk about the proper way to spoon and share a womb. YouTube’s full of their stories about pot, haircuts and fighting, so there’s plenty more where that came from.
[via Consequence of Sound]