Tegan and Sara has released a music video for their newest single, "Goodbye, Goodbye". Shot in Toronto last July by director Natalie Robinson, the three-and-a-half-minute clip tells viewers how to get rid of their awful partners in this digital era.
The video sees the Canadian twin sisters, Tegan Quin and Sara Quin, attempting to break up with their respective lovers over computers and smartphones. They send the lyrics of the song to their exes via a series of text messages, emails as well as Instagram and Facebook posts.
" 'Goodbye, Goodbye' is a sound off about rejection and the empowerment of shutting someone out after a break-up, but it's also an acknowledgement of the distorted nature of intimacy that comes from communicating complex emotions through a cell phone or email," Sara told Huffington Post of her and sister Tegan's new song and video.
"In a way we learn more about ourselves than each other when we interact this way. Our phones and computers are just mirrors for us to reflect again and again," she added.
Tegan and Sara has also teamed up with The Pet Collective to release a new video for their "Closer". The new version of the clip opens with the the sisters telling their dogs to behave while they're not home.
The dogs don't listen to their owners. They throw a big party with spin-the-bottle game, trampolines and balloons.
"Goodbye, Goodbye" and "Closer" are singles off Tegan and Sara's latest album, "Heartthrob". Released back in January, the sisters' seventh studio album debuted at No. 3 on Billboard 200.
Tegan and Sara's "Goodbye, Goodbye" music video
Tegan and Sara's "Closer" music video