Leimbach brothers, Lime Cordiale have delivered the last single from their upcoming album today. It’s called ‘Screw Loose’ and it comes with a film clip too.
On the new single, Louis says, “We were laughing throughout the whole writing process.”
“The great thing about working with our producer Dave Hammer is that he never says, ‘no’. Most of the time he just wants to take things further. The kookaburra laugh at the end of the song has been there from the start and we always thought someone would try to convince us to take it out.
“It’s a pretty dominating sound and very Australian but it places the song in the environment that we want it to be in,” he said.
The film clip sees Lime Cordiale search the Australian outback for “psychedelic relief”. It’s an absolute trip with nods to Salvador Dalí’s The Persistence of Memory painting (the one with the melting clock) and 70s psychedelics.
Filmed in New South Wales’ Blue Mountains, the clip was shot over three days.
On the clip, Oli says, “We wanted the video to feel like you’re going a bit insane yourself and these wackos (Jack Shepherd and Joe Brown) did a great job of that.”
Watch the film clip for ‘Screw Loose’ below. Lime Cordiale’s 14 Steps To A Better You is out Friday, 10th July.
Lime Cordiale ’14 Steps To A Better You’ Tracklisting
1. That’s Life
3. No Plans To Make Plans
4. Inappropriate Behaviour
5. Addicted To The Sunshine
6. On Our Own
7. We Just Get By
9. Screw Loose
10. Elephant In The Room
11. Dirt Cheap
12. Can’t Take All The Blame
13. Dear London
14. Following Fools