Tegan quin dating lindsey byrnes
At the end of the day, I want to be in a band that writes great songs, and I want to have as many fans as we can possibly find.We love to perform, and I’m a political person, so I love the fact that we have a voice and have a message, and that we’re promoting good and doing inspiring things.No, no, we still are sticking kind of to our traditional methods of writing independently. If I write something and record it, she’ll be the first person I send it to, and she’ll give me suggestions about arrangements or melodies, so we’re all certainly involved in the process. I think in the beginning there was a little bit of reluctance sometimes, always sort of assuming that the other person was wrong.But from the beginning stage to about the 70% stage, it’s really us writing stuff by ourselves, individually. I’d be like, “Okay, thanks for your feedback, but no.” But as you get older and work with other people, you do a lot more collaborative stuff; you know, “I produced your record and I’ve written with other people and I’ve guested on things.” As you work with other people, it gets easier to take suggestions and criticisms and critiques and not act like that.Tegan Quin, a college freshman, gives a shot at figuring out her true identity using her music to reach the ones she desires the most.
That record is just chock full of melodies and hooks and whatever. I definitely do digital music, but I’m definitely still an old-fashioned person in the sense that I buy a ridiculous amount of books and magazines.
The big thing for me always was that I wanted to be able to talk about the things that I cared about or was inspired by or whatever, but I wanted to do it within reason.
When I love a band and I think that someone’s fantastic, and I find out that they also share some of the same thoughts or concerns or whatever, it’s very exciting.
It sounds so boring, but it’s like that’s still my approach to the whole thing. You write things that have a message, but at the same time you don’t alienate the listener by being overly political.
Is that something you’re conscious of when you write songs that are a little more message driven?