Diving straight into the new year, brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach will be releasing their first
single of 2019 titled “Money”. Then it’s straight back on the road for a tour across Australia and
Lime Cordiale had a massive 2018, selling out a tonne of dates across their 27-date “Dirt Cheap”
tour. The single of the same name didn’t drag its heels either as Dirt Cheap was added to high
rotation on Triple J and Lime Cordiale’s Spotify account grew to half a million monthly listeners.
Their new single “Money” was produced by Dave Hammer, the name behind their first record
“Some people have an obsession with money. This one is for those that think that money is
more important than what really matters” says Louis.
The 14-date “Money” tour takes them all across Australia. They’ll be heading back to Sydney
and Melbourne and making sure to hit Hobart, Launceston, Adelaide, Perth and Fremantle as
requested by fans.
It’ll be their 3rd and biggest tour in New Zealand. For their headline shows at Galatos in
Auckland and San Fran in Wellington, Lime Cordiale are bringing one of their favourite bands,
Gold Member, across the ditch as main support.
The band have been joining Tash Sultana on stage at her own festivals, featuring some of her
own hand-picked artists. This gives some good inspiration for the band when they hold their own
second annual festival, “The Squeeze”, in May. Fans who see the band on the Money tour in
Australia will get access to a special pre-sale for this years The Squeeze festival so they don’t
miss out on tickets.
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