Crocodyle has dropped their much-anticipated EP, Sharing a Twin Bed, which was produced by Lincoln Parish, former lead guitarist for Cage the Elephant. Parish left Cage the Elephant in 2013 to follow his passion for producing.
"Crocodyle hits every note that defines punk rock for me," says Parish. "Their music is young, energetic, and fun whilst still maintaining pop sensibilities of artists well beyond their years. I’m excited to see what’s next for these dudes!"
Sharing a Twin Bed is Crocodyle’s ode to being in your 20s. The band goes on to say, "Existing is ridiculous and feels like a different silly little game with a different set of rules every day, especially as an easily confused, internationally transplanted artist who is always broke. But boy oh boy does it get fun. These are years where there is wonder in the nonsense and lessons to be learned from every low. And my metabolism, god damn, I am stretching that shit out. We’re basically trying to make sense of a nonsensical period of life and come out rockin."
As evidenced by their new EP, Crocodyle has a unique ability to articulate the otherwise inexplicable with precision, drive, and wit. Listen to Sharing a Twin Bed below and let us know what you think!