One of Sydney’s most endearing indie-dub groups, Lime Cordiale, have just revealed their infectious and quirky pop jam ‘Dirt Cheap’.

Opening with reverb-soaked guitars and the carefree Australiana vocals of brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach, the stripped-back dreamy cut is carried meticulously by a meld of minimal percussion and staccato-infused basslines.

The song itself is an ode to punching above your weight with a significant other and continually trying to impress to maintain their interest. Whilst lyricist Oli Leimbach refuses to let up who the track is about, he is adamant the masses will relate.

That confidence may bear some truth, as multiple shows on their current twenty-five date Australian tour have already sold out.

In 2017, Lime Cordiale’s debut album Permanent Vacation reached #1 on the AIR Australian Independent Album Charts. ‘Dirt Cheap’ is the second single released following their maiden record.

Effortless indie-pop boasting a chilled demeanour and festival-ready hooks, amongst a myriad of undeniable charm.