Zach Hood – how to change a tire [Music Video]

Buzzing pop artist Zach Hood releases intimately autobiographical new track “how to change a tire.” The single and accompanying music video are out now via Arista Records.

Hood’s wide array of 300M streams (across multi-platforms) will hear a new side of this rising talent with this track. It is like no other as it showcases a vulnerable side in his songwriting. On the inspiration behind the song, Zach shares, “When I was 8 years old my dad left. It was my first heartbreak. When you’re a kid and your parents divorce, it almost seems fake. It’s all you’re used to. As I grew up, I learned a lot of things. I learned how to treat women, and fend for myself without a dad in my corner. It’s the hardest thing I’ve had to overcome. I learned a lot of things from the divorce, but I still miss the simple things that I didn’t learn from my dad. The main reason I wrote this song is because of my brother. He told me a story about a year back and he said ‘I was in Mobile, Alabama when my tire popped. I didn’t know what to do because I couldn’t change it.’ He sat there for about 30 minutes until someone pulled up behind him. It was our dad. Out of everyone in the city, it was him… The odds of that are insane and it broke my heart. With all of that being said, I’ve learned a lot from life, but I still can’t change a tire.”

Stay tuned for more from Zach soon!

“Perhaps even more impressive than the natural R&B croon that Zach Hood flaunts is his attention to detail.” – BILLBOARD

“[Hood] has a long and exciting career ahead of him. He is truly smiling wide as he continues to perfect his craft.” – EUPHORIA

“Bringing a refreshing twist to the pop realm, Zach Hood is most definitely one to keep on your radar.” – ONES TO WATCH

About Zach Hood:
Born and raised in Daphne, Alabama, Hood went from tirelessly posting content on social media to signing a record deal with Arista, landing representation from William Morris Endeavor, and making his debut festival performance at Hangout Fest in his hometown of Alabama in May 2022, the only Alabama native on the bill. In addition, Hood released his debut EP BLOSSOM, which included previous hit singles: “when she was mine,” “never knew a heart could break itself,” and “lonely isn’t the word for this.” Variance noted that “BLOSSOM offers a glimpse of a future star.” Hood now resides in Los Angeles and has two million monthly listeners on Spotify, with well over 300 million streams across platforms.

“I’m just a kid from Alabama who stayed true to himself,” says Hood. “I never let anyone get in my way, I persevered, and I stayed on my path. I just absolutely had to make music.”

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