It sounds like Greta Van Fleet might be looking to shake off some of those Led Zeppelin comparisons with their next album.
Guitarist Jake Kiszka tells NME, “We’re working on something quite different, I suppose. 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. So it’s definitely much different than Anthem of the Peaceful Army.”
Bassist Sam Kiska adds, “I think as far as the entire intent goes, I think [it’s] just incorporating more sounds, more tones, more styles of music, perhaps, and kind of taking a step in the cinematic direction.”
The album is expected out late this year.