Performing shows across the country in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Thirroul and Brisbane, The Tea Party will be playing a set that not only features their greatest hits and rarities – but will be exploring their fourth studio album ‘Triptych’ on a more in-depth basis. Some of these songs have never been heard live before, and some haven’t been heard for years.

‘The three of us are looking forward to bringing the magic of our fourth studio album Triptych to live audiences in Australia. The album features several timeless classics including Heaven Coming Down amongst others. Join us as we take this journey into an iconic era in The Tea Party’s history together.’

Initially released through EMI in Australia in June 1999, this year marks the 25th anniversary of ‘Triptych’. Featuring the smash hit ‘Heaven Coming Down’, which was the band’s first #1 in Australia, and fan favourite, the Daniel Lanois’ cover ‘The Messenger’, ‘Triptych’ also achieved double Platinum sales and debuted Top 20 in the ARIA charts.

Since releasing their major-label debut album ‘Splendor Solis’ in 1993, The Tea Party has come to be regarded as one of the world’s most innovative rock bands, with a sound that incorporates everything from traditional instrumentation from around the world, to cutting-edge digital technology. Now, after more than 30 years as a band, The Tea Party is ready to open a new chapter in its saga, a story that remains rooted in the goal to create new, ambitious, and thought-provoking music. Fans can join the band on their new journey when they tour Australia this coming June.