Get Along

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Get Along
Live album by Tegan and Sara
Released 2011
Recorded Vancouver
Genre Indie rock
Label Warner Bros. Records

Get Along is the third DVD released by Canadian indie rock duo Tegan and Sara. It was released in 2011 by Warner Bros. Records. Get Along is a collection of three films and a live album. The first film, States, is a 30-minute documentary that showcases American touring footage and interviews with Tegan and Sara, detailing the early stages of their career and interactions with their fans. The second film, India, is a 25-minute documentary shot during Tegan and Sara's tour of India, utilising interview footage with the band as well as their family and friends. The third film, For the Most Part, is a 70-minute stripped-down studio concert, shot before a live audience of 75 people over two days at The Warehouse Studios in Vancouver.[1]

Get Along was nominated for Best Long Form Music Video at the 2013 Grammy Awards, but lost to Big Easy Express by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.

Track listing[edit]

The following is the track listing on the included live album.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Alligator"      
2. "I Know I Know I Know"      
3. "Monday Monday Monday"      
4. "I Hear Noises"      
5. "Night Watch"      
6. "Back in Your Head"      
7. "Divided"      
8. "Call It Off"      
9. "Relief Next to Me"      
10. "The Ocean"      
11. "Nineteen"      
12. "Knife Going In"      
13. "Not with You"      
14. "I Won't Be Left"      
15. "Sentimental Tune"      

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2012 Get Along Juno Awards, Music DVD of the Year Nominated
2013 Get Along Grammy Awards, Best Long Form Music Video Nominated


Get Along has received mixed reviews. Allie Conti of Paste stated that "Get Along has something to offer everyone, no matter where they lie on the spectrum of fandom",[2] while SheWired's Ariel Shepherd-Oppenheim stated that "overall, the films were a bit of a disappointment. I wanted to learn more about them, and I didn't really feel like I did."[3] A review in Consequence of Sound criticised the repetitive nature of some of the included songs, but concluded that "...imperfections and the occasional lack of focus aside, Get Along is a thoughtful gift to (Tegan and Sara) fans, who will no doubt cherish it."[4]


  1. ^ Coplan, Chris. "Get Along Announcement". 
  2. ^ Conti, Allie (November 14, 2011) Tegan and Sara: Get Along, Paste, retrieved April 17, 2013
  3. ^ Shepherd-Oppenheim, Ariel (November 17, 2011) Tegan and Sara's 'Get Along' DVD- A Review from a Die-Hard Fan, SheWired, retrieved April 17, 2013
  4. ^ Duerr, Charlie (November 15th, 2011) Album Review: Tegan & Sara – "Get Along", Consequence of Sound, retrieved April 17, 2013