Ceramic Animal’s “Hit or Miss” a rollicking attempt to repair a broken relationship

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Philly indie band Ceramic Animal have released a new single called “Hit or Miss,” a song with a 70s psychedelic pop/rock sound reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac. It features steady acoustic guitars, hovering synths, rich vocals, subtle drums and electric guitar, which rips a notable solo midway through. The metaphoric lyrics of the song confront and then aim to repair a broken relationship with lyrics like “But once we analyze their gods and make our efforts clean / Well ready or not, you’ve been handed the cards and you can repair the dream / It’s ripping at the seams.”

“Hit or Miss” is the second single from Ceramic Animal’s upcoming second full length album. They’ll be heading out on tour in May, with a hometown show at Union Transfer on May 17th. More information about that show can be found here. Listen to the new single down below.

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