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Black Smoke Rising

Greta Van Fleet

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1
Highway Tune
Greta Van Fleet
3:01
2
Safari Song
Greta Van Fleet
3:56
3
Flower Power
Greta Van Fleet
5:13
4
Black Smoke Rising
Greta Van Fleet
4:21
Total Playing Time    16:31
The EP Black Smoke Rising introduces rock band Greta Van Fleet, consisting of three Kiszka brothers: twins Josh and Jake and younger sibling Sam, joined by their best friend Danny Wagner, all hailing from the small town of Frankenmuth in Michigan. Firing twin barrels of arena rock muscle and moving melodies, Greta Van Fleet is a modern rock & roll group rooted in the genre's strongest traditions: huge hooks, raw riffage and the sweeping vocals of a frontman who was born to wail. Songs mix classic chops with the thrill of teenage angst, singalong choruses and fiery guitar solos. But these guys aren't revivalists; they're looking ahead, breathing new life into a sound that's been blasting out of car speakers and living room stereos for decades.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Republic Records Studio Masters

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