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"Boyfriend" is a song written and recorded by Canadian musical duo Tegan and Sara for their eighth studio album, Love You to Death (2016).
The twins co-wrote the track with its producer, Greg Kurstin, who had previously worked with them on the majority of their breakthrough album, Heartthrob (2013).
Tegan Quin was interviewed for, and is quoted in, the article "The Rainbow Connection: Gay and Lesbian Artists on Marriage and More," which is in our Protest Issue. This is the full transcript of that interview, mainly quotes that didn't make it into the print issue. So we kind of have to have two lives, because she needs to work there.
So I have grown accustomed to, and have discovered the things I like about L. and really just focus my time and energy on that, and pretty much never go west, stay off the west side.
It’s really been in the last four years where I feel like marriage in general and gay marriage has become so relevant in my life.
So we are very close, although I am pretty sure we will be touring with a couple of songs in the fall, the record itself won’t come out until January. I know I’ve been saying this, and it could just be self-defense so we’re not setting ourselves up for disappointment, but I do really feel like this is the best record we’ve made. But I think the songs are all really strong, and the producers we used are so amazing and it’s definitely a kick in the face. In a strange way it’s more the direction we were going in a few of our earlier records, like where it was more keyboard and pop and lots of melodies and tons of vocals.
Billboard ranked "Boyfriend" at number 87 on their "Billboard's 100 Best Pop Songs of 2016: Critics' Picks" list, writing “Today in pop singles that should have been massive hits: After working with Greg Kurstin for portions of 2013’s Heartthrob, Tegan and Sara Quin team with the producer for 10 shimmering synth-pop gems, including this infectious tale of being in a relationship that’s everything but public, topped off by a towering chorus.
” In it, the twins take part in a fashion photo shoot organized by a fictionalized Rachel Antonoff which involved dogs, confetti, and a fan.
The song is set in common time and lasts for a duration of two minutes and forty-seven seconds.
Blaring synths accompany a "thundering" percussion beat, while the song also makes use of hand claps.