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Lime Cordiale Forced To Reschedule Album Launch Shows

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Lime Cordiale will return to the live stage at Sydney's Oxford Art Factory next week.

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When Lime Cordiale’s long-awaited second record, 14 Steps to a Better You hit number one on the ARIA chart earlier this month demand to see them live forced them to add extra dates nation-wide.

The band performed two shows a night in Sydney over nine dates, had plans to take on Melbourne before COVID-19 cases increased in the area, and planned to take on Brisbane over three dates and Adelaide for one date too.

Following the recent announcement from Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk that Queensland had closed its border to Greater Sydney travellers, Lime Cordiale has rescheduled those dates.

The band have announced new dates Brisbane and Adelaide however. They’ll perform three days from October 7th-9th at Brisbane’s The Tivoli and on October 10th at Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide.

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We’ve had to reschedule Brisbane and Adelaide for obvious reasons. Be good, stay safe and we’ll be with you shortly!

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The news doesn’t mean you won’t still be able to catch a Lime Cordiale live show. The band were recently announced for YouTube Music Sessions, created to aid music industry charity Support Act and place Australian acts front and centre on YouTube in Australia.

The first edition of the series sees Lime Cordiale supported by Mia Rodriguez on August 5th, with Jessica Mauboy and Emalia teaming up for week two, Paul Kelly and Eliott scheduled for the third week, and Vera Blue closing things out with help from Jack Gray on August 26th.

Lime Cordiale also performed as part of Rolling Stone’s ‘In My Room’ series. Presented by Green Beacon, the brothers performed he group performing two tracks from their new album 14 Steps to A Better You, including the triple j favourite “Robbery”, and the infectious “On Our Own”.

Watch Lime Cordiale for Rolling Stone’s ‘In My Room’ series: