Sydney’s Lime Cordiale find their inspiration from a string of influences from Charles Bradley to Daft Punk and The Roots. Their latest EP, Road to Paradise (2015), secured an international fan base for the band. The record features standout tracks ‘Feel Alright’ and ‘Not That Easy’, as well as breakthrough Spotify hit ‘Hanging Upside Down’, which has accumulated over 1 million global streams on the platform, with hundreds of thousands of plays flooding in from the United States, United Kingdom, Brazil, Germany and New Zealand.
Lime Cordiale’s live show has overtaken countless local and international stages over the last two years. The five-piece from Sydney’s northern beaches have sold-out each of their hometown headline shows since 2014 across a sizeable list of Sydney venues including their biggest hometown crowd at The Metro Theatre at the end of last year. They have also played Metro Lair (twice), Newtown Social Club, The Standard and Oxford Art Factory. The band have also graced the stage of numerous Australian festivals including Bigsound, Homebake, AWME, Deni Blues, Bluesfest, Caloundra Music Festival, Lost Paradise and Marmalade Skies.