The word has well and truly spread, and over the course of two short years and about a thousand gigs, garage rockers Crocodylus have rapidly become one of Sydney’s most in-demand bands.
In the last year alone, the band has landed supports with the likes of Hockey Dad, The Pinheads, ORB, The Lemon Twigs (USA), The Bennies, Dear Seattle, Hideous Sun Demon and more, in addition to festival appearances at Sounds of the Suburbs and Sweaty Palms.
Following the release of their blistering 2nd EP ‘Christian Syrups’ and huge debut headline tour, Crocodylus ended 2017 in style by landing their biggest opportunity yet: touring as main support for Byron Bay surf-rockers Skegss on their ‘No Future’ tour. Playing sold-out venues ranging from 400 to 1800 capacity, Crocodylus dominated stages and electrified crowds up and down the east coast over the course of the 11-date run.
Comprised of high school friends Joshua Williams, Stephen Sacco and Mikel Salvador, Crocodylus is a tour de force, a bad influence shouting you another round of beer, and a damn good time.