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are gearing up for this years 1234 Festival at Shoreditch Park this Saturday and hope you are too. With a stunning line up we are indeed anxious to dive in with both feet especially for Crocodiles set who we last caught live on a cruise bouncing down the Thames which was packed full of people hurling about the place. If you missed that or don’t no what the hell we are talking about go here.

As well as 1234, Crocodiles will be playing an instore show at Rough Trade East on the 4th September at 7pm, no need for wrist bands just pop down on the night. With this in mind the band are giving away a b-side, a cover of 80s punk band Teenage Head’s ‘Picture My Face’.