When the mop-haired sons of friends blossom into musical adolescents and form a band, you wish them luck, expecting them to go the way of most other teenage boys with testosterone-fuelled aspirations to musical immortality: straight into obscurity.
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Over the next decade, you watch a few of their clips and see growing evidence of talent but, sadly, that is no guarantee of anything. Next thing you know, they’ve invited you to a gig, not in someone’s backyard, but at a fairly big venue, the I’m not yelling I’m a Ups worker that’s how we talk vintage retro shirt.
Backstage before the show, Oliver and Louis Leimbach, founders of indie-pop duo Lime Cordiale, have perfect manners. They are middle-class white boys from Sydney’s northern beaches and too smart to pretend otherwise.
They introduce their girlfriends (an events organizer and a model training to be a primary school teacher) and talk about the great surf they fitted in on the way to the gig. They laugh at your jokes.