zebrahead RELEASES NEW SONG “NO TOMORROW” ON OCTOBER 14 FROM THEIR UPCOMING EP II
zebrahead RELEASES NEW SONG “NO TOMORROW” ON OCTOBER 14 FROM THEIR UPCOMING EP II WITH A VIDEO TO FOLLOW
BAND CONFIRMED FOR WHEN WE WERE YOUNG WITH GREEN DAY, BLINK 182, OFFSPRING, AND MORE
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 punk-inspired rock outfit has been busy since the addition of singer and guitarist Adrian Estrella. They have been playing shows across the globe with studio sessions in-between and will be rolling out an onslaught of new music well into 2023.
In late 2021 a renewed fire was ignited within the band, and from one marathon creative session came the III, II. I series of EPs. “No Tomorrow” will be followed by monthly song releases that culminate into the release of their II EP on February 3, 2023, 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.
“By wetting the appetites of their loyal fan-base, it’s only a matter of time before these road warriors are back at the forefront of the discussion as the “Comeback Artist of the Year” – Chorus.fm
Punk rock mainstays zebrahead are vocalist/rapper Ali Tabatabaee, vocalist/guitarist Adrian Estrella, bassist Ben Osmundson, drummer Ed Udhus, and guitarist Dan Palmer.
When asked about “No Tomorrow,” Osmundson said “Super excited for the world to hear “No Tomorrow,” It’s been a rough few years and it is now time to cut loose and hopefully have some fun. A song about enjoying the moment and cherishing everything in our lives…whether it is good for us or not,” Estrella chimes in “Act young, grow old, never take yourself too seriously and never forget, life is short so make the most of it! This song is about that!”
Since their incarnation zebrahead has shared highs and lows, sold over 2.5 million albums to date, and currently have over 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify, they have survived label changes, earned a Grammy nomination, and through it all nonstop touring ensued across the globe.