Call Your Friends

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Call Your Friends
Studio album by Zebrahead
Released August 7, 2013
(see release history)
Recorded January-June 2013
Genre Punk rock, pop punk, alternative rock, rapcore

47:09 (Original edition)

57:06 (Japanese edition)
Label Sony Music, MFZB Records, Rude Records
Producer Cameron Webb
Zebrahead chronology
Get Nice
Call Your Friends
Greatest Hits? – Volume 1
Singles from Call Your Friends
  1. "Call Your Friends"
    Released: July 10, 2013

Call Your Friends is the tenth studio album by American punk rock band Zebrahead released in Japan on August 7, 2013 and worldwide on August 13 and 16, 2013 respectively. The album is available in five different covers, each available in a specific region.

Long time guitarist Greg Bergdorf departed midway through the album's production only to be replaced by Dan Palmer of Death by Stereo. Both guitarists are noted as having contributed to different songs on the album.


Call Your Friends is the first single from the same album, "Call Your Friends", published in July 2013. For the song was shot music video.

The video was presented on 12 July 2013. In the beginning of the video rap singer Ali Tabatabae phones to some girls and invites them to the party. After that the video shows a party and the musicians playing in the neighbouring room. The main attention is paid to friends of the band having fun at the party. Sometimes it has scenes with friends using hookah and Ali Tabatabae sleeping with girls (also appears a man in a bear suit, which is depicted on the official cover).

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Sirens"   3:26
2. "I'm Just Here for the Free Beer"   3:42
3. "With Friends Like These, Who Needs Herpes?"   3:39
4. "Call Your Friends"   3:07
5. "Murder on the Airwaves"   3:38
6. "Public Enemy Number One"   3:30
7. "Born to Lose"   2:59
8. "Stick Em Up Kid!"   3:15
9. "Automatic"   2:51
10. "Nerd Armor"   2:58
11. "Panic in the Streets"   3:46
12. "Don't Believe the Hype"   3:35
13. "Until the Sun Comes Up"   3:01
14. "Last Call"   3:42


Release history[edit]

Country Date Format
Japan August 7, 2013 CD, digital download
Canada August 13, 2013
South America
United States
Australia August 16, 2013