The ON: video series is a collection of exclusive interviews that feature an array of artists who each share their thoughts “on” a specific subject. Get up close and personal as we introduce you to some incredible talents and their take on a variety of topics.


Early this summer, the inaugural TD music café took place in downtown Toronto, outside of the iconic Roy Thomson Hall. This free pop-up concert treated music lovers to a wide range of sounds as artists both established and emerging took to the stage. They also took the time to speak with us following their performances.


Calgary-born sisters and musicians Tegan and Sara headlined the TD music café. Fans lined up from early that morning to catch the JUNO Award winning duo live in such an intimate setting. Their seventh studio album, Heartthrob, has catapulted Tegan and Sara to international stardom and onto increasingly large stages.


Ever evolving as songwriters, Tegan and Sara pair an adventurous approach to music making with a passionate interest in social issues. The outspoken advocates for LGBTQ rights talked with about subjects such as Being Out as Gay Artists, Being Siblings in a Band, the importance of music education, and their own support of the MusiCounts organization. Given that Tegan and Sara are soon set to begin work on a new recording project, they also shared some thoughts on Reinvention, and playfully hinted at what may be to come.