Lime Cordiale, Youth Allowance, Jouk Mistrow

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$10 at the door//$5 with student card. Doors at 8pm.

Sydney’s Lime Cordiale stormed through 2015 off the back of capacity shows throughout the country. The band proudly capped-off an enormous year with the release of their third EP, Road To Paradise, and their most ambitious run of Australian shows yet.

The Road To Paradise Tour extended to thirteen dates across the country, including separate U18 and 18+ shows at Northcote Social Club in Melbourne, appearances at Soundscape Music Festival and Lost Paradise Festival in NSW, and their biggest hometown venue to-date at the Metro Theatre.

Inspired by a string of influences from Charles Bradley to Daft Punk to The Roots, Lime Cordiale’s latest EP features standout singles - and fan favourites - ‘Not That Easy’, ‘Hanging Upside Down’ and ‘Feel Alright’.

Lime Cordiale’s emphatic live show has graced countless local and international stages over the last 18 months across two separate twenty-date tours of North America and in Australia alongside The Delta Riggs (sold out national tour), Ball Park Music, The Griswolds, Dispatch and Cosmo Jarvis.

The five-piece from Sydney’s northern beaches have previously sold-out a sizeable list of Sydney venues including the Metro Lair (twice), Newtown Social Club, The Standard and Oxford Art Factory. The band have also performed at numerous Australian festivals over the last eighteen months including Bigsound, Homebake, AWME, Deni Blues, Bluesfest, Caloundra Music Festival and Marmalade Skies.
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By: The Foundry Brisbane