Zac Brown Band’s ‘Tomorrow Never Comes‘ is featured on the soundtrack of the new Adam Sandler David Spade movie The Do-Over, released late last month. And it has become one of the most popular songs from the movie so far.
The song was released in 2015 on the band’s newest album, Jekyl + Hyde and is getting the attention it is as it is one of those fabulous anthem style songs that just makes you feel good when you hear it.
Other artists featured on The Do Over soundtrack include Right Said Fred, Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, George Strait, Toby Keith, Joan Sebastian and Madonna.
As for Zac Brown Band, they currently have four albums out, and are currently in the middle of a North American tour. Check upcoming tour dates on their website.
Meanwhile, listen to ‘Tomorrow Never Comes‘ below.
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