Lime Cordiale are set to play their biggest shows since the pandemic halted live music, announcing two shows in Sydney and Melbourne for next year.
Billed as their ‘Relapse’ tour, named after the deluxe edition of their 2020 album ’14 Steps To A Better You’, they’ll be playing a show at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre and Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
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The Melbourne show comes as part of the iconic venue’s three-month-long concert series ‘Live At The Bowl’, with a lineup that also includes Sampa The Great, Missy Higgins and more.
On social media, the band revealed that tickets for both shows are on sale from Wednesday (December 16), though those signed up to their mailing list will get access to Sydney tickets from tomorrow (December 15).
It’s been a huge year for Oli and Louis Leimbach, having earned a staggering seven ARIA nominations at this year’s ceremony, the most of any act. They eventually took home Best Breakthrough Artist.
In a review of ’14 Steps To A Better You’, NME‘s Ali Shutler wrote that “Lime Cordiale are determined to use their newfound platform as best they can” and that the band “champion the idea of embracing the unknown”.