Michigan rockstars, Greta Van Fleet debuted the newest sound off of their newest album in production. With their smooth 70’s rock sound, channeling vibes of Led Zeppelin and classic blues hits. Currently, there is not one artist that has perfected this sound, however, this band is the closest thing to those smooth grooves.
“When the Curtain Falls” was released overnight by the Detroit-based band, and this is the first glimpse of their forthcoming album. 2017’s breakout From the Fires EP won over hearts of those longing for some classic rock tunes to get them feeling amped. This song channels Led Zeppelin at an all-time level, with the firey riffs, and shrieking vocals of lead singer, Josh Kizska.
Greta Van Fleet has blown up as quickly with sellout shows across North America and Europe. In 2018, they have performed at Coachella, without even having a full-length album, and only EP’s. With the extensive tour, it is unclear when the album is due to release at this time.
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