TESLA Releases 'A Peace Of Time' iTunes-Exclusive EP

TESLA has just released a new seven-track iTunes digital-download exclusive EP called "A Peace of Time". According to the group, the EP is a "seven-song taste of music that was recorded live in the studio and features recordings of TESLA's own songs in a different fashion as well as a few covers that we love. Set to be released for the holiday season, there is a recording of the Christmas classic 'Silent Night' and alternate recordings of TESLA classics."

"A Peace of Time" track listing:

02. Everything I Own (BREAD)
04. The Way It Is
05. What You Give
06. I'd Love To Change The World (TEN YEARS AFTER)
07. Silent Night (acoustic solo)

TESLA's video for its cover of LED ZEPPELIN's "Thank You" can be viewed below. The song is the first single off TESLA's covers album, "Real to Reel", which was released on June 5 on the band's Tesla Electric Company Recordings (Ryko Distribution).


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