Tegan Quin and Sara Quin were born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1980 and began playing guitar and writing songs at age 15.Following the release of their first independent full-length album in 1999, Under Feet Like Ours, they caught the attention of Neil Young’s iconic manager, Elliot Roberts, who quickly signed them to his Los Angeles-based label, Vapor Records.In 2007, the release of The Con brought even more critical and commercial acclaim to Tegan and Sara."Boyfriend" is a song written and recorded by Canadian musical duo Tegan and Sara for their eighth studio album, Love You to Death (2016).
Upon its release, "Boyfriend" was met with generally positive reviews and moderate commercial reception.
This Business of Art, which was produced by singer/songwriter Hawksley Workman, marked their debut in mid-2000, and a summer tour with Neil Young and the Pretenders followed in July.
Two years later, Tegan and Sara released If It Was You, followed in 2004 by their commercial breakthrough, So Jealous.
Natives of Calgary, the twin sisters derived their music interests from their parents.
Tegan and Sara began playing piano at age eight, and in their teens they were playing in their own punk bands.