Lime Cordiale’s Slinky New Slice Of Surf Rock Is The Damn Money


Northern beaches-reared duo Lime Cordiale are back with another cool glass of tune water dubbed ‘Money’.

True to its name, ‘Money’ makes bank with its slinky basslines, hazy synths and laid-back surf rock grooves, with the addition of jazzy horn lines and Motown harmonies to cap off a vibe of effortless chill... like a musical version of the sunglasses emoji.

Produced by Dave Hammer - the man behind the group’s 2018 debut LP Permanent Vacation - the single also comes packing a hilarious (and, tbh, slightly disturbing) music video starring brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach as the hired help working at an opulent summer mansion (spoiler alert: they also play the rich snoots who live there, with transformative Eddie Murphy-like skill).

“Some people have an obsession with money. This one is for those that think that money is more important than what really matters” Louis explains of the meaning behind the song.

To toast the release, the lads are currently in the midst of a huge tour across Australia and New Zealand.

Check out the music video for ‘Money’ and catch their remaining list of tour dates below!

Lime Cordiale Live Dates

FRI FEB 8 | Narrabeen Hotel | Narrabeen

SAT FEB 16 | Dunedin University | Dunedin (NZ)

SUN FEB 17 | Galatos | Auckland (NZ)

WED FEB 20 | San Fran | Wellington (NZ)

THURS FEB 21 | Lincoln Uni | Christchurch (NZ)

FRI APRIL 5 | Republic Bar | Hobart

SAT APRIL 6 | Mode | Launceston

FRI APRIL 12 | Lion Arts Factory (AA) | Adelaide

SAT APRIL 13 | HQ (U18) | Leederville

SAT APRIL 13 | Amplifier | Perth

SUN APRIL 14 | Newport Hotel | Fremantle