Tegan and Sara

Get Along

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Recorded amidst family, friends, and fans, Get Along isn’t the first live set offered up to listeners by the sisterly Canadian crooners Tegan and Sara, but when paired with its deluxe edition DVD, it’s certainly their most ornate. The single live disc, comprised of 15 favorites like “Alligator,” “Call It Off,” “Monday Monday Monday,” and “Sentimental Tune,” finds the duo waltzing through its 15-year career with the kind of ease and amiable confidence that can only come from longtime friends who also happen to be siblings. The DVD features three short films, including States by Danny O'Malley, which chronicles the sisters' origins; the appropriately named India by Elinor Svodoba, which follows Tegan and Sara on their first ever tour of India; and For the Most Part by Salazar, which offers up an an intimate 70-minute performance shot over the span of two days at the Warehouse Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia.