Ceramic Animal release new single ‘Working (Real Hard)’

Photo by Matt Noll

Rock At Night reviewed Ceramic Animal’s gig in Tampa, Florida on March 2019.  We are happy to announce the band is getting ready to release a new single–and third album.

This is the band’s first music release in almost a year, and comes with the announcement of their newest album entitled High End. The album will be available in late February.

The music video is a standalone sequel to their last video, “Look for a Lover” off The Horse (2018), where the nasty boys found themselves trapped on an intergalactic dating show.


The boys need to start working (real hard) or they risk being stranded in space forever…Luckily, they–wait, no spoilers.

“Working (Real Hard)” was written and produced by Chris Regan. The band recorded the track at Joe’s Tune Shack, a lakeside cabin studio across from John Cougar Mellencamp’s estate in Nashville…Indiana.

The video was written and directed by Sid Kreitzer, with Matt Noll as director of photography. Kreitzer and Noll also wrote and directed the first installment in this music video series, “Look for a Lover”, in 2018.

Ceramic Animal has had 3 songs featured on Spotify’s “Modern Psychedelia” editorial playlist–spearheaded by the single “Dreams Via Memories” which is pushing 4 million streams.

They’ve opened for top acts like Weezer, Kesha, Kasabian, Father John Misty, and supported The Growlers for part of their most recent US Tour.

Ceramic Animal is Chris Regan (vox/guitar), Elliott Regan (keys/vox), Erik Regan (drums), Dallas Hosey (bass/vox), and Anthony Marchione (guitar).


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