Imagine the creative collision of Leeds’ enigmatic post-punk outfit, Drahla, and Los Angeles’ eccentric weirdo-pop duo, Girlpool. It’s a musical puzzle that might rival the most challenging Sudoku, but fear not, the solution lies in the opening track of Boorloo, Australia’s indie-pop quartet, smol fish‘s latest EP, Crocodile Tears, Sweet Taste. Sweet Taste embarks on an expedition through the heart of melancholy, unearthing the sweetness that thrives within. In a world of relentless change – hair graying, seasons evolving, first loves fading – it’s easy to succumb to bitterness. Yet, smol fish delivers an irresistible post-punk-indie-pop hybrid that defies despair and celebrates the resilient spirit.