Crocodylus Start 2020 The Only Way They Know How… On Tour

Continuing to give audiences what they want, Crocodylus announce they’ll be taking to the road this February to play a bunch of under 18s and 18+ dates spanning across Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.

Never before headlining an under 18s show before the band thought it time they give back to the spaces they started in. Both bassist Josh Williams and guitarist Stephen Sacco have YoYo’s to thank for their first ever gig, performing there in their high school bands.

Over the weekend the raucous trio finished up the European leg of their crusade supporting mullet-bearers The Chats, bursting into venues across the continent to play sold out dates and expanding their linguistic endeavours. The tour continues with a further 14 raucous filled dates across the UK to finish up the year.

2019 has been the biggest year yet for these lads from the northern beaches. In September they released their third EP, the fan-focussed Enjoy which was released on The Chats’ label Bargain Bin Records as well as featuring a special surprise for vinyl lovers. Focus track Motivation caught the attention of Spotify and was included in New Music Friday Australia AU/NZ and All New Rock US, while single Adrenaline was touted by General Pants, Wrangler and added to rotation on FBi Radio.

The live front was equally fruitful with the reverb-charged band landing a booking deal with legendary UK touring agent Xray Touring and taking their notorious live show to stages across Australia on their own headline tours as well as a show stepping set at Yours & Owls.

Their unpredictable live show has been honed on stages around the country, supporting the likes of Ocean Alley, Dune Rats, Hockey Dad and Psychedelic Porn Crumpets alongside a tri-headline tour with A. Swayze and the Ghosts and VOIID to kick off 2019.

Fans who can’t wait can catch Crocodylus at Lost Paradise Festival over the NYE period and again in February, tickets available now.

For more info visit crocodylusband.com

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