My Ceramic Rabbit
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My Ceramic Rabbit

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"The Volts Show"

A common face on the live music scene, My Ceramic Rabbit never fail with their catchy twang to get the crowd swaying. They are always a welcome addition to the line up at a Volts Show Live gig and we’ve become well accustomed to their trendy swing on stage in Bar Co, Swansea.
- Dave Easterbrook

"Showcase Wales"

Tonight we have live in the studio one of the Rhondda’s newest releases in the world of indie pop music, its My Ceramic Rabbit, but before we talk to the boys, lets take a listen to their heady mix of guitar strings and drums as they play their latest release Rhondda Grey.....’s a totally original sound that you’ve managed to managed to make catchy and almost trendy. Its like I want to go out and buy my very own Rhondda Grey coat or something......
....we’ve certainly enjoyed spending time with these boys and wish them every luck on their road to success. If there is a band we’d recommend you get out to see at their next live show, its gotta be My Ceramic Rabbit.
- GTfm

"Music Review"

Parading out of Llwynipia, surfing a wave of shiny new sound and buzzing on their relatively new surge of ambition, recently-formed My Ceramic Rabbit look set to shake things up on the South Wales music scene this year. As they've mish-mashed a stunning array of indie/rock influences that they've drawn dewdrops of golden inspiration from over the years and forged a menacing musical monster in the form of this band! Their energy and enthusiasm is utterly admirable and to take a leaf out of their book, I'm going to use some Rhondda Valleys lingo that they throw about on their site and simply sum them up as: tidy.
- South Wales Argos


Often the Bystander (Radio Airplay)
Wet as October (Radio Airplay)



My Ceramic Rabbit A vibrant mix of addictively catchy tunes and fantastic smart lyrical lines brings you the latest trio sensation to hail from the Welsh Valleys. My Ceramic Rabbit came together through childhood friendship. Three fantastically talented young men began to realise their ambition to play music and be in a band while still in boyhood. Loosely coming together in 2003 as Johnny Electric and the Lightbulbs the boys began jamming together. Writing a couple of songs and going through learning curves, they eventually got serious and formed the band as we know it today in 2004. Since then they have written, composed and prepared over 20 original songs, covering a number of their favourite as well. Same Ayre (Bass) was inspired into music by his icon Paul Wella and took up playing guitar in 2001 along with Dan Evans (lead Guitar) who got his guitar at the same time as Sam. Elijah Thomas (drums) began playing musical instruments at a very early age, being able to play the piano, drums, harmonica and mandolin guitar. Their music is a refreshing mix of rock and roll, indie soul. The band themselves describe their sound as a modernistic live rock , entertainment and tunes for today's generations. Trendy and hip the boys have a brilliant laid back attitude that welcomes gig gowers and breaks the ice almost immediately. Sitting listening to them you find it hard not to tap your foot to the beat and enjoy a thoroughly brilliant musical performance. Having worked with the likes of Cat the Dog, Kids in Glass Houses, The Story So Far and numerous talented Welsh up and coming bands, My Ceramic Rabbit is well known on the Welsh music circuit and is looking to expand their fan base further afield. My Ceramic Rabbit dispense with the pop star names, games and stereotypes and instead deliver music with huge crossover appeal. This is Indie Rock at its best, slightly different with an edge. It seems the world of rock music is about to get a whole lot more interesting.

Places that we've played :

Pop Factory
Charter Club
Royal Oak
Dog and Muff
Holiday Inn
The Whammy Bar
Bar Co
Adam and Eve
Jimmy’s Bar
Coor’s Battle of the Bands
The New York
Tom’s Bar
Our Generation
Devil’s Bridge Festival
The Cricketers Arms
The Bruce Hotel
Harry’s Bar
O'Neills Irish Bar
The Three Horseshoes
Live and Unsigned Festival
Rhondda Blues Festival
Surface Unsigned Festival
Bar Inc
The Ferndale Club
The Rhondda Rugby Fest