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  • ILUKA Teams Up With Lime Cordiale for New Song “Mess”

  • Sydney based singer-songwriter ILUKA teamed up with Australian pop-rock duo Lime Cordiale to release a new song “Mess”.
    This marks the first collaboration between ILUKA and Lime Cordiale.
    The track was written by Oli Leimbach, Louis Leimbach, ILUKA, and Aron Forbes, who also produced it.
    The accompanying music video was directed by Sophia de Vries.
    “I have been friends with Louis and Oli (Lime Cordiale) for years and so when I had the idea for the song I sent it straight through to them as a rough voice memo, warts and all,” ILUKA explained of the song. “I envisioned it as a story between two lovers reflecting on a past relationship and a more carefree time in their life. They loved the song and idea so together we fleshed it out and ‘Mess’ was born!”
  • “When she played the first acoustic phone recording of ‘Mess’ we were hooked and definitely a bit chuffed to be asked to collab on the track,” Lime Cordiale said. “ILUKA has always been an artist that has really impressed us. We grew up playing together, sharing stages in venues and house parties throughout the Northern Beaches of Sydney and eventually touring Australia. An incredible songwriter and performing artist who we are big fans of.”
    “The ‘Mess’ music video was a hybrid vision between ILUKA and I, we both wanted to create a surrealistic, almost dream-like environment the characters exist in,” Sophia de Vries explained of the video. “The highly-stylised aesthetic draws inspiration from the likes of Wes Anderson and Glen Luchford. We had such a talented team to bring this vision to life including DOP Jack Shepherd and colourist Matt Fezz. It was shot at an amazing old church that has been restored as a home in the Blue Mountains.”
  • source : Spotify
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