The Aussie brother–duo of Louis and Oli Leimbach, better known as Lime Cordiale, have continued to build a significant buzz for themselves worldwide. Under the guidance of the label and management team, Chugg Music (formed by Michael Chugg and Andrew Stone in 2012), the band have played sold–out tours all over Europe and Australasia. Now, following a chance meeting, the band have joined forces with Post Malone, and Variety Hitmaker’s “Manager of The Year,” Dre London. After discovering the band through a fan, it was seeing the band live which secured the deal.
Lime Cordiale now find themselves at the end of a mammoth six–week run of U.K. and European tour dates, including sold–out headline shows at venues such as O2 Academy London, Paradiso in Amsterdam and multiple festivals. The band are also set to play their largest ever NZ and Australian headline tour across October, November and December, and have just added dates in Los Angeles and New York City in September.
Their next studio release will come in September to coincide with the tour dates and will be released via Chugg Music, and the new joint entity between Post Malone and Dre London, London Cowboys.
Lime Cordiale have received early U.S. and international support from A&R Worldwide since 2014. Lime Cordiale’s co–manager Michael Chugg stated, “It’s very rewarding to be part of such a major international deal and we want to thank all the people who have believed in the band from the beginning. Sat Bisla and his team at A&R Worldwide stand out for their very early belief and love for the band, which also includes Lime Cordiale’s showcase at MUSEXPO in Los Angeles and their exposure for the band in the U.S. and international markets with their radio relationships.”
Lime Cordiale received their first–ever radio and online streaming support, anywhere in the world, from the globally–syndicated, tastemaker pre–discovery radio show, Passport Approved, including the radio show’s West Coast Passport Approved Live tour, which saw the band garnering initial fan and broadcast support from the show’s affiliates in Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles and other major U.S. markets