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The Tealeaves


Fri 6 Sep 2013, 8:00pm–11:45pm

Where: The Thornbury Theatre, 859 High Street, Thornbury, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: lou92

Melbourne based indie-rock/folk band The Tealeaves have just released their highly anticipated follow-up to their 2010 critically acclaimed self-titled album and are set to launch it at The Thornbury Theatre on Friday 6th September. Entitled No More Can You Be Here the album contains ten songs steadily crafted over time and the band are really excited to be releasing it in September.
The album is somewhat of a departure from their previous sounds albeit a very comfortable one. Fans will notice that the lush musicianship remains but the songwriting is more developed and in depth, resulting in a more mature sound within the parameters of a very natural evolution.

The Tealeaves’ sound is inspired by the era of the great singer-songwriters (Cat Stevens, Simon and Garfunkel, Fleetwood Mac), traversing richly layered, harmony filled band tracks to intimate, melancholy indie-rock. No strangers to the live circuit the band have toured nationally, including coveted appearances at Port Fairy Folk Festival and The Queenscliff Music Festival. 2013 sees the band re-emerging from the studio with their brand new album under their collective belt, with a hometown album launch scheduled to coincide with the release, as well as Sydney and New York.

No More Can You Be Here is due for release in September where you’ll find it at all good record stores. The Tealeaves are the perfect infusion to any day.

Described by The Age Newspaper as “ irresistibly winsome local indie pop outfit recalling early Simon and Garfunkel, James Taylor and even Billy Joel when writing their best stuff and firing on all acoustic cylinders”. The Tealeaves are champing at the bit to play songs off their sophomore album No More Can You Be Here as they launch it at The Thornbury Theatre on Friday 6th September. Support is from Whitaker.