Ceramic Animal / Sweet Unknown
Album:Sweet Unknown Collection:General
Artist:Ceramic Animal Added:Apr 2022
Label:Easy Eye Sound 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2022-04-25 Pull Date:2022-06-27 
Week Ending:Jun 26Jun 19Jun 12Jun 5May 29May 22May 15May 8

Recent Airplay
1.Mar 08, 2023:The Aleko Show
I Love A Stranger
4.Aug 31, 2022:Hanging In The Bone Yard
Sweet Unknown
2.Sep 09, 2022:Hanging In The Bone Yard
Sweet Unknown
5.Aug 19, 2022:KZSU Time Traveler
Up In Smoke
3.Sep 06, 2022:I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
Up In Smoke
6.Jul 22, 2022:KZSU Time Traveler

Album Review
Francis D
Reviewed 2022-04-13 
“Sweet Unknown” Ceramic Animal
Indie rock band fronted by three brothers — Chris, Erik and Elliott Regan — plus childhood friends. From Doylestown, an hour north of Philadelphia. Blends post-punk, psych rock and glam rock into a throwback 70s sound…with just a hint of Americana at times. Produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys at Easy Eye Sound in Nashville. Excellent! RIYL: The Black Keys, The War On Drugs, T. Rex, Todd Rundgren.
— Francis D.

Recommended: 1, 7, 10, 6, 2, 5. No FCCs noted.

1. (3:47) Tangled — The lead single. A strummy strut. Nice chugging bass line. Warm and inviting vocals. Cool 70s pop rock vibe. ****
2. (2:48) I Can’t Wait — Garage rock. Driving, with a solid backbeat. Growling guitar solos. Very Black Keys, right down to the vocals. ***
3. (3:59) I Love A Stranger — Funky groove with handclaps and almost spoken vocals in the verses (reminiscent of “Tom’s Diner”).
4. (3:13) Long Day — Easy groove. Laid-back and jazzy. Higher vocals that occasionally reach into falsetto ranges.
5. (5:14) Forever Song — Pensive ballad. Organ and jangly guitar at the start. Builds into a bigger tune with vocals that soar in the choruses. ***
6. (3:59) Sweet Unknown — Another leisurely, soulful stroll. Catchy reassuring melody and nice mix of guitars and keys. ****
7. (3:29) Up In Smoke — Up-tempo pop rock, with harmonized vocals over jangly guitars and shimmering keys — plus a hint of pedal steel. Could almost be a Creedence Clearwater song (without Fogerty’s vocals). ****
8. (2:33) Private Dancer — Alternates between halting and mysterious…and in your face, edgy rock.
9. (3:33) I Don’t Wanna Wait — Another smooth, sliding groove — with a bit of a Hall & Oates feel.
10. (3:23) Valerie — Straight-ahead rock and roll, with fuzzy guitars and plinking piano. ****

Track Listing
1.Tangled 6.Sweet Unknown
2.I Can't Wait 7.Up In Smoke
3.I Love A Stranger 8.Private Dancer
4.Long Day 9.I Don't Wanna Wait
5.Forever Song 10.Valerie