Anthem Of The Peaceful Army Greta Van Fleet
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- 1Age Of Man06:04
- 2The Cold Wind03:17
- 3When The Curtain Falls03:41
- 4Watching Over04:26
- 5Lover, Leaver03:34
- 6You're The One04:18
- 7The New Day03:44
- 8Mountain Of The Sun04:29
- 9Brave New World05:00
- 11Lover, Leaver (Taker, Believer)06:01
Info for Anthem Of The Peaceful Army
Modern Rock band Greta Van Fleet to release highly anticipated new album, 'Anthem Of The Peaceful Army,' on 10/19 via Lava Records. Album includes current single 'When The Curtain Falls,' which is approaching top 5 airplay at Active Rock radio and is building at Alternative radio. They will re-launch their nearly sold out headlining tour on 9/11 in Canada. Greta Van Fleet recently set a record as the first band in 15 years to hit #1 airplay at Active Rock radio with 2 consecutive singles!
Josh Kiszka, vocals
Jake Kiszka, guitars
Sam Kiszka, bass, keyboards
Danny Wagner, drums
Greta Van Fleet
Firing twin barrels of arena-rock muscle and moving melodies, Greta Van Fleet is a modern rock & roll band rooted in the genre's strongest traditions: super-sized hooks, raw riffage and the sweeping vocals of a front man who was born to wail.
The four-piece formed in Frakenmuth, Michigan, just outside of Detroit, where 20 year-old twin brothers Josh and Jake Kiszka began playing shows with their 17 year-old younger brother, Sam, and 17 year-old family friend Danny Wagner. Holding their practices in the Kiszka family garage and road-testing their songs onstage throughout Michigan, the four became a band of brothers whose songs mix classic chops with the thrill of teenage angst.
From sing-along choruses to fiery guitar solos, Greta Van Fleet rounds up a highlight reel of rock & roll heroics. These guys aren't revivalists; they're looking ahead, breathing new life into a sound that's blasted out of car dashboards and living room stereos for decades.
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