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Album Premiere: Crocodiles, 'Endless Flowers'

San Diego band drops fuzz bombs on third album

May 29, 2012 10:00 AM ET
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Click to listen to Crocodiles' album 'Endless Flowers'

San Diego indie rockers Crocodiles are about to follow up their 2010 record Sleep Forever with their third LP, Endless Flowers, which is out on June 5th. The group's first LP for new label Frenchkiss is filled with hooky, fuzz-bombed cuts like the title track and "Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)," as well as standouts like the peppy, swooning ode "No Black Clouds for Dee Dee" and the grit-flecked sweetness of  "Bubblegum Trash."

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