Garage-Yacht Rockers CERAMIC ANIMAL Release “All My Loving” on Ones To Watch

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Premiere “All My Loving” on Ones To Watch

Co-Headlining Tour With Spendtime Palace Starts March 2nd in Denver

Ahead of their rapidly approaching US tour, garage-yacht rockers have teamed up with Ones To Watch to release the mammoth rhapsody of a tune, “All My Loving“. The track weaves in and out of groovy rock sections that crash into swaggering, sludgy, bluesy choruses, culminating in a psychedelic sprint to the finish line.

“We have been playing this song live for a few years now. We’d always debate whether or not to keep it a live-only song,” explains vocalist and guitarist Warren Regan. “Three of us are brothers, and this past October we lost our Dad unexpectedly. It was one of his favorite tracks that Ceramic Animal would play. With him leaving us it felt like something we had to finally do. We’ve tried to record it a handful of times and never managed to get it right…we were missing the energy that made the live song such a favorite. But it finally feels like we got it. It’s bittersweet to see All My Loving go as a live exclusive, we loved having that surprise for people coming out to a show…guess it’s time for us to add a new live exclusive, wink wink wink…”

Check out the “All My Loving” premiere on Ones To Watch here:
Ceramic Animal “All My Loving”
Ceramic Animal could be described as a couple-a nasty boys from outside of Philadelphia playing psychedelic garage-yacht. However, starting March 2, 2019 it will be more accurate to describe them as a couple-a nasty boys from outside of Philadelphia playing psychedelic garage-yacht all over the USA! Yes that’s right, Ceramic Animal is going on a 20 date nationwide co-headlining tour with Spendtime Palace, hitting cities such as Denver (3.2), Seattle (3.5), Portland (3.6), Los Angeles (3.10), New York (3.29), and many more as well as a stop at SXSW. Check out the full list of dates below.

The five-piece outfit consists of three brothers: Warren Regan (vox/guitar), Elliott Regan(keys/vox), Erik Regan (drums) as well as the not-brothers-but-highly-brotherly Dallas Hosey (bass/vox) and Ant Marchione (guitar). The group independently released its first album The Cart in August 2016 and the follow-up album The Horse in August 2018, drawing comparisons to artists like Mac DeMarco and Foxygen. Both albums (written, mixed, and produced by Warren Regan) are paragons of modern – and also future and past  – music, better described by WXPN’s The Key who said the band is, “combining soulfulness borrowed from The Doors with the slacker vibe of dad rockers everywhere… breaking down rock and roll barriers.”

Ceramic Animal has also garnered acclaim for being the first band to EVER wear suits on stage. You will see them wearing their signature handsome-boy suits during their equally-as-handsome live performances. Their live show is known for being exceptionally slick as they cast an almost angelic aura whilst they perform their most righteous of numbers. Many a tear hath been shed upon sight of the sultry suit-slinging sons of psychedlium.

Ceramic Animal is Warren Regan (Vox/guitar), Elliott Regan (Keys/Vox), Erik Regan(Drums), Dallas Hosey (Bass/Vox), and Ant Marchione (Guitar). The band is currently available for interviews.

Ceramic Animal “Dreams Via Memories”

Co-headline tour dates with Spendtime Palace:

3/2 — Denver, CO — Lost Lake

3/3 — Salt Lake City, UT — Kilby Court

3/5 — Seattle, WA — The Vera Project

3/6 — Portland, OR — Paris Theatre

3/8 — San Francisco, CA — Bottom of the Hill

3/9 — Santa Cruz, CA — The Catalyst

3/10 — West Hollywood, CA — The Roxy

3/13 – 3/16 — SXSW

3/19 — Tampa, FL — Crowbar

3/20 — Miami, FL — Gramps

3/21 — Orlando, FL — Soundbar

3/22 — Atlanta, GA — Vinyl at Center Stage

3/23 — Norfolk, VA — Charlie’s American Cafe

3/26 — Philadelphia, PA — Johnny Brenda’s

3/27 — Washington D.C. — Dangerous Pies

3/29 — Brooklyn, NY — Elsewhere Zone One

3/30 — Cambridge, MA — The Middle East (Upstairs)

4/1 — Lakewood, OH — Mahall’s

4/2 — Columbus, OH — Big Room Bar

4/3 — Pontiac, MI — The Pike Room

4/4 — Chicago, IL — Schubas Tavern

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