See: Lime Cordiale release official video for ‘No Plans to Make Plans’ + Australian Tour

Safari suited swagger with an important message (and can we please not forget the wazoo interlude)

Image credit: Tim Swallow

Gearing up for their biggest ever Australian tour this October, Lime Cordiale have unveiled the official video for new single No Plans to Make Plans via Chugg Music. A visually vintage jaunt, the Leimbach brothers – accompanied by Summer Kane – go up against their alternate, evil selves ‘Oscar and Leroy Slimebach’ in the clip, directed by long-standing Cordiale collaborator Tim Swallow. Joined by their live band members James Jennings, Nick Polovineo and Felix Bornholdt, the performance packs all the safari-suited swagger we could hope for (and includes the best wazoo interlude we’ve heard in a while).

The video brings home the wake-up slap of a message to self-absorbed types who act like they fight for what’s right, but only make a difference in their head : “You’re making a stand, but not standing up.” The track grooves along like a cruisy afternoon around a motel pool; catchy and clever. It is a message with meaning, wrapped in sustainable fashion.

No Plans to Make Plans was never intended to be a single when we released the album. Our audience grabbed a hold of it and it somehow turned into a single on its own.” – Oli Leimbach

Hailing from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Lime Cordiale have had an incredible year. Their second album 14 Steps To A Better You topped the ARIA Album Chart on release last July (also receiving eight ARIA Award nominations), making them the most-nominated act of 2020 and landing them a debut ARIA Award for Best Breakthrough Artist. With millions of music streams and growing, the band is on a fast rise. They’ve supported Tones & I across North America, and in 2019 played to over 30,000 fans around Australia alone.

If you are in Australia, see October tour dates below for plans worth making.

Saturday 9 October | Riverstage | Brisbane, QLD 
Friday 15 October | Hordern Pavilion | Sydney, NSW 
Saturday 16 October | Hordern Pavilion | Sydney, NSW 
Friday 22 October | Sidney Myer Music Bowl | Melbourne, VIC 
Friday 29 October | Fremantle Arts Centre | Perth, WA
Saturday 30 October| Fremantle Arts Centre | Perth, WA

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