- Performer Greta Now
- Title Greta Now
- Date of release 2017
- Style Synth-pop
- Other formats ADX AIFF VQF MP3 ASF XM AHX
- Genre Electronic / Pop
- Size MP3 1243 mb
- Size FLAC 1647 mb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 613
A lot of people like it, some don't like it but that doesn't bother me. A lot of young kids like it too! Since then a lot has happened to me and to Greta Now as well. Thank you to everyone who has helped make this happen
Anthem of the Peaceful Army. Greta Van Fleet - Highway Tune (Live). Metastadt Open Air. RSVP.
On their new albums, two promising young bands take different paths to Seventies-style good times. Greta Van Fleet seem like they lept fully-formed from the skull of a rock critic in 1975. Three brothers and a bud from a tourist town near Saginaw, Michigan, they come bearing shamelessly recycled Zeppelin-isms with a frontman who seems to have heard Rush’s 2112 a few times. Generations of hair-metal bands, parodists like Spinal Tap, post-modernists like the White Stripes, and script-flippers from Heart to Dread Zeppelin are history to them.
Learn more about Greta Van Fleet's Best Rock Album win and acceptance speech at the 61st GRAMMY Awards. Photo: Daniel Mendoza/Recording Academy. Greta Van Fleet Wins Best Rock Album es-2019-grammys. Greta Van Fleet Wins Best Rock Album For 'From The Fires' 2019 GRAMMYs. Greta Van Fleet takes home Best Rock Album at the 61st GRAMMY Awards. Feb 10, 2019 - 4:34 pm. Greta Van Fleet won Best Rock Album for From The Fires at the 61st GRAMMY Awards
Recording in Nashville’s Blackbird Studio, the band once again enlisted Marlon Young, Al Sutton and Herschel Boone, aka The Rust Brothers, to produce their call to arms. Written by all four members, the album tackles issues far outside the scope of the band’s day-to-day life in focusing on peace, love and unity. Check out a recently released live, jam-based, mash-up performance of Greta performing Lover, Leaver (Taker, Believer) below and find their upcoming tour dates further down. Check out their debut album here. Greta Van Fleet Tour Dates: January 29 – Sydney, Australia @ Enmore Theatre.
Look for it on Oct. 19. After breakthrough success with its pair of 2017 EPs and No. 1 Rock hits such as "Highway Tune" and "Safari Song," Greta Van Fleet has announced an Oct. 19 release date for its debut full-length album, Anthem of a Peaceful Army. The Michigan quartet recorded the 10-song set, produced by the Rust Brothers (Marlon Young, Al Sutton and Herschel Boone) at Blackbird Studios in Nashville and Rustbelt Studios in suburban Detroit. Guitarist Jake Kiszka told Billboard earlier this year that, "I think there's some maturity on the album that you can hear, musically. We were able to take our time and try new arrangements and new writing techniques. I think we've become a lot more savvy in the studio as well, so a lot of that will translate to the album. It's very energetic and aggressive.
photograph by Koury Angelo. text Steve Appleford. But even as pop and hip-hop dominate the sales charts in 2018, a quartet of young dudes called Greta Van Fleet has arrived to bring classic hard rock back to the mainstream, tapping into a new generation of fans while sounding as much like Led Zeppelin as another reunion of Page & Plant. With their just-released debut, Anthem of the Peaceful Army, Greta Van Fleet fully evolves into a modern, worshipful take on the music that inspired them: Zeppelin, Cream, Dylan, .
Someone must have really missed this stuff: chesty, surging, over-the-top rock out of a time capsule from the early 1970s. Greta Van Fleet, a four-man band from Michigan, has been tearing its way through shows and festivals in recent years. Now, it has released its debut album, Anthem of the Peaceful Army. On the band’s 2017 EP, From the Fires, there was no mistaking its main and nearly sole source: Led Zeppelin.
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