Local Northern Sydney indie-punkers Crocodylus unleash their new single Christian Syrups to the masses. The tune boasts the classic Aussie garage-rock sound akin of Drunk Mums and The Pinheads, that the band is renowned for.

Vocalists and bandmates Josh Williams and Stephen Sacco craft the track with “contrasting, complementary songwriting styles” to form an easily catchy rock tune. The main riff thrusts listeners into the tune and that welcoming and bouncy Aussie surf-rock vibe. A groovy drum beat provided by Mikel Salvador drives the entire song through its amazingly fun chorus and overall demeanor. The lyrics are basic, not too profound, however, are fitting to the song and what the band strives for. It’s a down to earth and exciting tune that is built from the ground up for a live audience and a mosh.

Williams, Sacco, and Salvador clearly know their A,B,C’s of an Aussie rock banger, and it’s presented highly on Christian Syrups.Nonetheless, the song may fall into the endless pit of that aforementioned sound and leave potentially small lasting appeal at its short length. At a runtime of 2 minutes 30, it will feel quick and leave listeners probably wanting more… which is a smart way to gather new followers. Regardless, Crocodylus know how to write an entertaining track with Christian Syrups, and raise excitement for their upcoming EP, releasing soon.

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