Greta Van Fleet Creating ‘Something Quite Different’ on New Album


Greta Van Fleet singer Joshua Kiszka – Story and photo by Anne Erickson

The guys of Greta Van Fleet hope to release the band’s new album by the end of the year

Michigan rockers Greta Van Fleet have been writing and recording new tunes for their much-anticipated sophomore album, and now, guitarist Jake Kiszka is giving some insight into what to expect from the band this time around. Speaking with NME in a new video interview, Kiszka said the new music will be very different from what fans heard on the group’s 2018 debut, “Anthem of the Peaceful Army.”

“We’re working on something quite different,” Kiszka told NME. “It’s interesting, ’cause we never know exactly what an album’s gonna look like, it can only be so premeditated.”

“But as it sort of unfolds now, it’s an example of where we are musically right now,” he added. “So it’s definitely much different than Anthem of the Peaceful Army would have been.”

Greta Van Fleet is well on their way to finishing the new album, and the band is shooting to release it before the end of 2019. Watch the full interview with NME below.

In other news, Greta Van Fleet just closed out a European festival tour. The Frankenmuth guys will hit the road again in the U.S. this fall for a headlining tour beginning with a Sept. 21 show in Kansas City, Missouri. Find Greta Van Fleet’s upcoming roster of tour dates here.

Posted by Anne Erickson | Music, Rock, Rock News

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