Explosive dream pop with a visceral noise edge...

Noise pop outfit Crocodiles are showing no signs of slowing down, with new album 'Love Is Here' - their seventh, astonishingly - showing those young whipper-snappers how its done.

Dense effects layered across visceral guitars, it sits somewhere between My Bloody Valentine and A Place To Bury Strangers, but with an innate knowledge of how to construct an earworm melody.

Constructed in Mexico City, 'Love Is Here' is out now on Deaf Rock Records, and it's set to be followed by a hectic European tour.

With the dates kicking off next week Crocodiles have decided to share the full video for 'Nuclear Love', a song every bit as atomic as its title.

The distorted visuals are the perfect compliment, a kind of warped psychedelic vision given a fresh twist.

Tune in now.

Catch Crocodiles at the following shows:

15 Glasgow Broadcast
16 Edinburgh Sneaky Pete’s
17 Manchester Soup Kitchen
18 London Moth Club
19 Bristol The Lanes
22 Brighton Hope & Ruin
23 Oxford Jericho Tavern
25 Nancy L’Autre Canal
29 Biarritz Atabal
30 Ninkasi Lyon

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