Pterodactyl recorded a 30-min-long EP
called Arnolds Park for Deleted Art in
Malmo, Sweden. This release is vinyl-only,
but free downloads are available here:
Bite into Blood, Allergy Shots,
Welcome Home, and Arnolds Park
Pterodactyl recorded four songs for a
split 12" with Oneida, as part of a series
of four splits called The Green Corridor.
on Altin Village, featuring Xiu Xiu, Women,
DD/MM/YYYY, and many other fantastic bands.
The covers of the four records combine together
to make one giant cover for your living room wall!
Pterodactyl's second full length record,
called Worldwild, was released in the
Spring of 2009 on Brah Records.
Videos to accompany most songs on the
record can be found here.
Pterodactyl's first full-length is self-titled,
(unofficially called Blue Jay) and was
released in April of 2007 on Brah Records
and Cardboard Records.
Free Downloads: Polio, Esses, and Safe Like a Train
...and a music video for Polio:
Pterodactyl included a song on the 2008
Cardboard Record compilation, Love and Circuits
Here's another song that started
out being 30 minutes long,
that was included on a compilation
called Free Beasts on Not Not Fun.
In the summer of 2005, Pterodactyl released
a self-recorded 7" EP on Cardboard Records.
I Can See a River is the title of the record.
It comes with a beautiful cover, and a
blue record with four songs on it that
we've always been very proud of.
In the Summer of 2004, Pterodactyl released a 7" of Friday,
During the Day, Loose Lips, and Safe Like
a Train. It was recorded by our good friend
Bryan Russell, the cover was printed by our
good friend Rachel Stultz (Vinegar Hill
Printers) and it sounds great.