Music Memories – This Week – Hello Tomorrow

The one thing I love about music is that everyone has their own story to tell – the musician, the lyrics, the way the fans decipher them and also the way a song can also create a memory or a meaning to someone. That is what this new article is all about. Each fortnight, we will take a look at a different song and I will take you as a trip down memory lane as to what it means to me. Welcome to Music Memories.

Track: Hello Tomorrow
Artist: Zebrahead
Original Release Date: 10th September 2003

Discovering a new band can be a very exciting thing, it can also be something that leads to them eventually being your favourite. Sometimes a song you hear the for first time can resonate with you so much with you that it can have a huge impact and lead them to becoming something special. Today, we talk about a band and a track where it had a huge impact on me the first time that it lead them to becoming something special to me.

It was 2007, I had just got to University and I had booked to see my first gig in Bournemouth – Bowling For Soup and the Bloodhound Gang. It was a very bizarre concert which you can read about here. Before the main acts came on stage there was two support acts and one them was none other then Zebrahead.

This was a band that really made an impact when they approached the stage as they were bold, loud and had some really catchy tracks. It was in that moment that I became an instant fan of the band. There was one song that sealed the deal and it has become my favourite song of the group.

I can’t remember if they ended their set with it but I think that they may of done. It was a song like no other that I had heard and it really stuck with me. We met the band afterwards as well as they were selling the CDs outside of the venue and they were great and very friendly and we bought the album straight away.

Hello Tomorrow is a song I would recommend to anyone to listen to when you are trying to get into a band like Zebrahead. It is such a great anthem and the mix of rap and punk rock music made it really stand out to me.

Since this gig, I have gone to see Zebrahead so many times and every time I love it when they perform Hello Tomorrow. It is a song that is just magical and brings so much fun and joy even though it is about a breakup. It is a pretty uplifting track and it is one of my top 10 favourite songs ever.

The song has everything you want from a punk rock track and I recommend you listen to it.

Facts About Hello Tomorrow

  • From the album MFZB
  • Written by Ali Tabatabaee, Ben Osmundson, Greg Bergdorf, Justin Mauriello, Ed Udhus

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