The Tea Party

by Andrew Tijs on March 19, 2013

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The Tea Party are back and in mighty form, playing ‘Winter Solstice’ and ‘Save Me’ in the Noise11 studio.

After seven years, the mystics of alternative rock are back to perform their soaring songs (and are even working on new material).

They perform ‘Winter Solstice’ from their 1991 self-titled debut, and ‘Save Me’ from 1993’s Splendor Solis.

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