CROCODYLE Share Music Video for New Track ‘Passenger Seat’
Whimsical yet wholehearted, Passenger Seat is an ode to that special someone written in a punk rock style.
Produced by Lincoln Parish of Cage the Elephant, Passenger Seat follows the band’s hit I Feel Good. Both tracks are lifted from their upcoming EP, set for release in April this year.
Underscored with real heart, Passenger Seat is an infectious concoction of punk rock energy and indie pop sensibilities. Gritty guitars, pounding drums and raw vocals blend together seamlessly, whilst honest lyricism adds a touch of pure emotion to this quirky love song. With a dash of whimsy to their storytelling, Crocodyle craft music that oozes with both rock ‘n’ roll swagger and sincerity.
Speaking on the new release, the band shares:
The ‘Passenger Seat’ video was a delight to plan and to execute. We tossed around a few okay story ideas but once the Hays-plays-lost-love idea came up it was a no brainer. The song is about there being one particular person who makes every experience a little more special, and with Hays’ shapely legs at our disposal we figured it was an idea we could run with in an amusing direction. We shot it around residential Nashville with the great Seth Endelman, a local videographer/producer/multi-instrumentalist/label owner/artist (Jah Frida) and the help of a few pals who were easy to drag out of the house for a few minutes.