It's a message from the Gods, Lime Cordiale have announced that they are releasing a debut LP 'Permanent Vacation', and to make this news even sweeter, they have also announced a tour to go along with it. This is going to one of the most stunning albums to be released this year, how do we know this? Well, the lads gave fans a little taste of what is to come with, not one, but two singles from the upcoming album!
The brothers recently dropped a wicked video for 'Temper Temper' - the lead track of the LP, and boy oh boy, it's a vintage paradise. Oliver Leimbach from the band, directs this masterpiece through stop motion and it's like the cherry on top of an already tasty treat. The video tells a story of a drama filled relationship, that although is draining, makes it exciting.
Lime Cordiale will be hitting up Adelaide on the 4th of November for their Permanent Vacation tour at the Uni Bar, make sure to snag yourself some tickets to this show! If you can't make it to the Adelaide show, here are the rest of the tour dates:
Friday 27th October
Saturday 28th October
Friday 10th November
Saturday 11th - Sunday 12th November
Thursday 16th November
Friday 17th - Saturday 18th November
Saturday 18th November
Thursday 23rd November
Friday 24th November
Saturday 25th November
Friday 1st December
Saturday 2nd December
Pre-order the Album here
All images via Lime Cordiale Facebook page
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