Artist info

Genre

Rock


band members

Josh Williams - Bass and Vocals Stephen Sacco - Guitar and Vocals Mikel Salvador - Drums


Website

www.crocodylusband.com/

Bio

The word has 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 played with the likes of Hockey Dad, ORB, The Lemon Twigs (USA), The Bennies, Dear Seattle, Hideous Sun Demon and more, in addition to festival appearances at Sounds of the Suburbs, NYE on The Hill and Sweaty Palms. Not to mention their relentless touring schedule, supporting the likes of The Ruminaters, The Pinheads x Drunk Mums, Los Tones and Los Scallywaggs.

2017 saw the band put out their now crowd-favourite EP 'Christian Syrups', a release which was supported with back-to-back tours; first as headliner, then as main support for surf-rockers Skegss on their 11-date, 'No Future' run. With the Skegss tour wrapping up in early 2018, promptly followed by a 10-date tour with The Ruminaters, Crocodylus capped off the financial year with the release of their infectious single 'My Love', selling out launch shows at The Lansdowne (Sydney) and The Tote (Melbourne).

Somehow finding the time between a staggering amount of shows, the group are now working on their debut album and with more exciting plans to come for the year. In other words, Crocodylus show no sign of slowing down. 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.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

12 Sep 2018

Triple J
40

Pretty cool to hear this band switch up and go full love lorn surf hunks on us.

Pretty cool to hear this band switch up and go full love lorn surf hunks on us.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

24 Aug 2018

Triple J
40

hey film and tv makers, if you need a song to soundtrack a bit of teen loneliness when the lights come on at the end of the dance, you've got one here.

hey film and tv makers, if you need a song to soundtrack a bit of teen loneliness when the lights come on at the end of the dance, you've got one here.

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

13 Apr 2018

Triple J
40

rollicking rhythms and a whole heap o' fun.

rollicking rhythms and a whole heap o' fun.