zebrahead RELEASES NEW SONG “MIDDLE SEAT BLUES” // NEW EP II OUT ON FEBRUARY 3rd
zebrahead RELEASES NEW SONG “MIDDLE SEAT BLUES” ON JANUARY 6
NEW EP II OUT ON FEBRUARY 3
THE BAND IS MAKING PLANS TO TOUR THROUGHOUT 2023
III EP IS OUT NOW
“In their self-declared third era, zebrahead have the shininess of a brand-new band, and it’s thrilling to see” — Kerrang
The Orange County, CA-based zebrahead continue to bring their genre-jumping blend with their new song “Middle Seat Blues” mixing devil-may-care grooves, with their signature brand of punk and metal fusion. Get the song here – lnk.to/ZH_MiddleSeatBlues
zebrahead is vocalist/rapper Ali Tabatabaee, vocalist/guitarist Adrian Estrella, bassist Ben Osmundson, drummer Ed Udhus, and guitarist Dan Palmer.
When asked about the meaning of the song frontman Estrella says, “Surround yourself with quality, not quantity, not everyone around you has your best interests in mind, “Middle Seat Blues” is about just that!” Bassist Osmundson adds, “Imagine a song that combines a bit of metal, a bit of laid-back groove, and splashes a bit of punk on top. Hard to imagine right? Well, give “Middle Seat Blues” a listen.”
From one long studio session came songs for the III, II, I series of EPs. The II EP will be out on February 3, II is the follow-up to the III EP, which was released in 2021. On the horizon, I EP is expected to be released late fall 2023 with single song and video releases in-between. “Middle Seat Blues” follows the December 2022 song and video release of “Envy Anonymous.” See the video here: https://youtu.be/wk2dkfhjIoY
Since their incarnation zebrahead has had its fair share of highs and lows, sold over 2.5 million albums to date, garnered over 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify, survived label changes, and earned a Grammy nomination. As they continue to bring their distinctive fun-filled sound to the masses with new music and lots of touring. The band is making plans to tour throughout 2023 including appearances at Slam Dunk Festival and When We Were Young Festival.