“Zebrahead sing about living life to its fullest on their latest track, and it’s hard not to get motivated by such a vital sentiment. It’s a sentiment that we can all relate to and find motivation in, and one that the band present in a and raucous way”

– Rock Sound

The Orange County, CA-based zebrahead continue to bring their genre-bending blend of rap-core, punk-pop, and a consistently good time with their new song and video for “No Tomorrow.”  Get the song here –

“In their self-declared third era, Zebrahead have the shininess of a brand-new band, and it’s thrilling to see” said Kerrang Magazine. Zebrahead is vocalist/rapper Ali Tabatabaee, vocalist/guitarist Adrian Estrella, bassist Ben Osmundson, drummer Ed Udhus, and guitarist Dan Palmer.

When asked about the inspiration for the video Osmundson said, “Sonically this song really made us feel a need to have some skateboarding. Fast-paced and in your face. We thought it would make a perfect fit. For the outtakes maybe we will include some shots of me slamming at the bowl. This is where I go to have some fun, so figured it would be the perfect place to film the video!” 

The video features the pro skaters Eric Dressen and Brian “yodaaabomb” Upapongatch,  Watch it here:

With a renewed fire the band has been playing shows across the globe with studio sessions in-between and preparing to roll out new music well into 2023. From an epic and productive studio 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.

 “Comeback Artist of the Year” –

zebrahead has sold over 2.5 million albums to date, and currently has 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. The band plans to tour throughout 2023 including appearances at Slam Dunk Festival and When We Were Young Festival in 2023. To stay up to date on tour dates go to