Meet the actor, producer, and musician Idris Elba from London

Idris Elba joins Lime Cordiale in front of an audience at sold out Electric Dance hall

Idris Elba joined Australian band Lime Cordiale in front of an audience at London’s Electric Dance hall the previous evening to perform tracks from their cooperative EP Cordi Elba. Fronted by siblings Oli and Louis Leimbach, Lime Cordiale are halfway through a 14 date UK and Ireland visit and were playing the second of 2 sold out evenings in the capital’s famous scene.

They welcomed entertainer, performer and DJ Idris Elba to the stage for a very first UK execution of tracks ‘Pointless Things’ ‘Apple Disintegrate’ and ‘Who could want anything more’ from the 6 track project, which they recorded while Elba was shooting in Australia and was delivered recently.

Strolling in front of an audience for the band’s reprise, Elba told the group: “I can read your mind. ‘What in the world is Idris Elba doing up there the present moment’. What’s more, as I was leaving I was thinking exactly the same thing.”

“About a year prior I was in Australia making a film out there with George Mill operator and keeping in mind that I was there somebody welcomed me to meet Lime Cordiale. They asked me would you like to go to the studio and meet with lime cordiale, I was like ‘fuck better believe it, obviously I do!'”

“It’s perfect to see you folks, it’s whenever I’ve first at any point sung any of these melodies live, I’m very apprehensive yet so glad to be here with all of you.”Lime Cordiale have partaken in a quick ascent to fame, winning Advancement Act at the 2020 ARIAS for their #1 collection 14 Moves toward A Superior You, which likewise saw them break the record for most tracks in Triple J’s Hot 100 rundown. Perhaps of Australia’s most popular live demonstration and champs of Best Live Demonstration finally year’s ARIAS, they visit Nottingham, Belfast, Dublin and Brighton not long from now – more data and tickets accessible here. New single ‘Nation Club’, a chipper interpretation of the risks of honor, is out at this point.



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