Exclusive Stream: Tegan and Sara Strip Down on 'Get Along'

Preview the live disc from the duo's new DVD set

November 8, 2011 11:05 AM ET
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Click to listen to Tegan and Sara's 'Get Along'

Tegan and Sara's new live set, Get Along, features two tour documentaries and a film, For the Most Part, a stripped-down studio concert filmed at the Warehouse Studios in Vancouver. The collection comes with a CD featuring recordings from that performance, in which the duo played brand new arrangements of 15 selections from their catalog, including "Alligator," "Nineteen" and "Back in Your Head." Get Along will be in stores on November 15th – you can pre-order it here – but you can stream the live disc in full today.

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