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Tegan and Sara Performed “Stop Desire” on Colbert, Share “Simlish” Version of Song for “Sims 4”

Love You to Death Out Now via Warner Bros.

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Tegan and Sara released a new album, Love You to Death, back in June via Warner Bros. Last night the sister duo stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform “Stop Desire” and you can watch that performance below. They have also shared a new version of the song featuring the lyrics re-recorded in “Simlish,” the fictional language used in The Sims video game series. It appears on the soundtrack to the current game, The Sims 4: City Living. Listen to that below, as well.

Also read our 2014 article on the 10th anniversary of Tegan and Sara’s So Jealous or our 2012 interview with Tegan Quin on marriage equality or our 2010 article on Sara Quin’s love of Phil Collins.

Tegan and Sara are also featured in our current print issue, the 2016 Protest Issue.

Feeling so realized by our SIMs! Stop Desire is on the soundtrack for The Sims 4 City Living, out now: http://x.ea.com/25608 #TheSims4

A photo posted by Tegan and Sara (@teganandsara) on Nov 1, 2016 at 12:15pm PDT

Tegan and Sara Tour Dates:

11-03 Philadelphia, PA - The Fillmore
11-04 New York, NY - Theater at Madison Square Garden
11-05 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE - Indoor
11-06 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
11-09 Richmond, VA - The National
11-10 Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel
11-11 Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle
11-12 New Orleans, LA - Joy Theater
11-14 Orlando, FL - The Beacham Theatre
11-15 Tampa, FL - The RITZ Ybor
11-16 Fort Lauderdale, FL - Revolution



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