The Tea Party and HARTS Talk This Week on iHeartRadio
The Tea Party - Photo Ros O'Gorman

The Tea Party - Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Tea Party and HARTS Talk This Week on iHeartRadio

by Paul Cashmere on September 12, 2014

in New Music,News,Noise Pro

Jeff Martin of The Tea Party joins iHeartRadio this week as the band releases its first album in 10 years and prepares for their upcoming Australian tour.

Melbourne singer songwriter HARTS has just returned from the USA after a personal invitation from Prince to jam with him. He tells us about the experience.

There is new U2, Vance Joy and Jarvis Cocker this week. Pink and Dallas Green team up as You + Me and a couple of new Beatles covers from The Flaming Lips and The Cure.

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iHeartRadio Music News powered by playlist w/c September 12

U2 – The Miracle Of Joey Ramone (Universal)
David Bowie – The Stars Are Out Tonight (Sony)

Little River Band – It’s a Long Way There (long version 8mins) (EMI)
Vance Joy – First Time (Liveration)

T. Rex – The Groover (EMI)
Black Keys – Gotta Get Away (Warner)

City and Colour – Thirst (Inertia)
You + Me – You and Me (Sony)

Damien Rice – Volcano (Warner)
Jarvis Cocker – Eyes That Say I Love You (EMI)

Crosby Stills Nash Young – Almost Cut My Hair (Warner)
Paul Kelly with Vika Bull – What You Want (from Merri Soul Sessions) (indie)

Metallica – Wherever I May Roam (UNiversal)
Jimmy Barnes and Shihad – Love And Hate

Prince – Paisley Park (Warner)
HARTS – Red and Blue (Indie)

Cheap Trick – I Want You To Want Me (live version)(Sony)
Tea Party – The Black Sea (Sony)

The Flaming Lips with Miley Cyrus and Moby – With A Little Help From My Friends (Warner)
The Cure – Hello Goodbye (Kobalt)

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