Post Malone's London Cowboys Signs Aussie Duo Lime Cordiale to Management and Label Deal

Gavriel Maynard
Lime Cordiale

Brothers Louis and Oli Leimbach have been racking up multiple hits on their home country's Triple J charts.

The Australian pop-rock duo Lime Cordiale and their team Chugg Music have signed a management and label deal with Post Malone and his manager Dre London’s London Cowboys, it was announced Monday (Sept. 16).  

Made up of brothers Louis and Oli Leimbach, Lime Cordiale have impacted Australia’s Triple J Hottest 100 poll with singles such as “Money,” “Dirt Cheap” and “Inappropriate Behaviour.” They're currently nearing the end of a six-week run of tour dates in the U.K. and Europe, including sold-out headlining shows at venues including the O2 Academy London and Paradiso in Amsterdam.

London Cowboys is a newly-formed management company and label, which signed Florida rapper Tyla Yaweh as its first act.

Through the new arrangement, Sydney-based Chugg, one of Australia's leading concert promoters, and Los Angeles-based London Cowboys will share equal resources on Lime Cordiale.

The sibling duo is also gearing up for their largest-ever headlining tour of Australia and New Zealand, which kicks off in October; they also have dates in Los Angeles and New York City later this month.

“There’s so much we can do with the band in the USA and globally and together we’re going to make history,” said London in a statement.

Lime Cordiale’s upcoming studio album will be jointly released by Chugg Music and London Cowboys. You can find tour dates here.


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