Embarking on their North American tour alongside Teenage Dads, Lime Cordiale recently kicked off their tour at Union Stage in Washington DC with a splendid performance.
At Union Stage on July 6, the crowd cheered as Lime Cordiale played their latest single, “Imposter Syndrome,” live for the first time. The band showcased their talents by skillfully playing a variety of instruments, from guitars to kazoos and even clarinet. Their infectious melodies, catchy hooks, and clever lyrics resonated with fans at Union Stage.
Watch the official music video for “Imposter Syndrome” by Lime Cordiale on YouTube:
The venue was filled with camaraderie and love, and Oliver Leimbach, undoubtedly sensing the energy, decided to dive into the crowd midway through the show. Dancing and singing alongside the ecstatic fans, he created a truly unforgettable moment. Even two adorable koalas could be seen among the crowd, eagerly hoping for their chance to join the band on stage.
This 17-date tour will take Lime Cordiale to major cities throughout the United States and Canada before they make their way to the UK and Europe. These dates follow the group’s summer 2022 tour, which were their first North American shows in three years.
Here are some photos of Lime Cordiale performing at Union Stage on July 6, 2023. All pictures copyright and courtesy of Mecie Gold.