Listen: ‘My Love’ by Crocodylus

The seasons have changed and Crocodylus are here to get your blood flowing with their new video for ‘My Love’, which is sure to get you limber for their east coast tour which starts this week. 

Starting off as a surf clip, it takes a turn to a limber lesson in beach aerobics. The concept comes from the well-toured band’s on-road antics, bassist Josh elaborates “My nickname is Jooz and somehow during the Ruminaters tour we came up with “joozercise”. It’s good to break up long tour drives with some joozercise to lift the spirits. I don’t even know what jazzercise looks like but the name worked. Hoping it catches on so people start doing it at shows!”

‘My Love’, the reverb-soaked surf rock jam, is the first single from the band’s upcoming debut album and was added to triple j unearthed and had significant spins on triple j, FBi, and 4ZZZ, with features on Life Without Andy, Music Feeds, Happy Mag, Savage Thrills, Backyard Opera and Lunchbox TV.

Their reputation for notoriously wild live shows landed them sold out support slots with Hockey Dad, The Lemon Twigs (USA), Skeggs, The Pinheads, ORB, The Bennies, Dear Seattle, Donny Benet, Hideous Sun Demon and Los Tones, in addition to dominating stages at festivals Sounds of the Suburbs and Sweaty Palms.

Not to be left at the start of the bill, the boisterous trio spent the second half of last year tearing up and down the east coast, taking their killer surf-infused garage rock to sold-out crowds over eleven cities, leaving behind a trail of sweaty fans.

Make sure to memorise the moves and bring them to the show this May!

“Crocodylus are the most promising new band in Australian music” – Lunchbox TV
Out now


Thur May 17th
The Lansdowne, Sydney
Crocodylus w/ The Jim Mitchells, Imperial Broads and WARTT GUN

Sat May 19th
The Bearded Lady, Brisbane
Crocodylus w/ Hey Baby!, Guava Lava and Stone Witches

Sat May 26th
The Tote (Upstairs), Melbourne
Crocodylus w/ Brad Pot and Pistol Peaches