Read this: Why Greta Van Fleet's new music will be "quite a bit different to what we've done in the past"
Speaking with Kerrang! about Greta Van Fleet's musical direction following 2018’s excellent Anthem Of The Peaceful Army, frontman Josh Kiszka pondered, “I think there has most certainly been change, but it’s very hard for me to have a great deal of perspective on it. Being at the heart of the process it’s tough to stand back and look at it. Have we evolved? Most certainly. We evolve as people every day and we’re constantly trying to push and challenge ourselves. That means not just musically, but philosophically and spiritually.”
When asked if the band have taken on any fresh influences on The Battle At Garden's Gate, Josh nodded, “Yes, and I would say that there’s going to be quite a reaction to this, because it is quite a bit different to what we’ve done in the past. But I’ll say no more about that for now. I want people to make up their own minds and make of it what they will.”
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