Greta Van Fleet Songs Ranked

Greta Van Fleet is an American rock band from Frankenmuth, Michigan, formed in 2012. It consists of Kiszka brothers Josh (vocals), Jake (guitar) and Sam (bass guitar); and Danny Wagner (drums). They were signed to Lava Records in March 2017  and a month later the band released their debut studio EP, Black Smoke Rising. Their debut single, “Highway Tune”, topped the Billboard US Mainstream Rock and Active Rock charts in September 2017 for four weeks in a row. Their second EP, From the Fires, containing the four songs from Black Smoke Rising and four new songs, was released on November 10, 2017, alongside a second single, “Safari Song”. Here are all of Greta Van Fleet’s songs ranked.

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10. Lover Leaver Taker Believer (Anthem of the Peaceful Army, 2018)

“Lover, Leaver (Taker, Believer) is next and It’s the heaviest track on the album. Just a very good hard rocker. Love Josh’s vocals on this. The rhythm section is thumping hard and the guitar has some serious filth to it throughout the track.”

9. Meet on the Ledge (From the Fires, 2017)

“From the “Meet on the Ledge” (1969), written by Richard Thompson and interpreted a little awkwardly by the folk band Fairport Convention at the time, the guys turn a hard and blues-rock masterpiece and thus one of the highlights of the intense 32 minutes of this gem.”

8. A Change is Gonna Come (From the Fires, 2017)

“This is a song by Sam Cooke that I have always loved. I know it’s been covered by many, many artists. However, of all the covers I’ve heard, this one by Greta Van Fleet is my favorite! My son introduced me to this band, and they now have a new fan.”

7. When the Curtain Falls (Anthem of the Peaceful Army, 2018)

“When the Curtain Falls was the first single off the album and it just f**king ROCKS! From Sam’s opening bass to Jake’s badass riff along with Wagner’s excellent drumming and of course Josh’s powerhouse vocals. I also really like the lyrics. Nothing special really, just about a ’50s actress. Jake’s solo is fantastic and the chorus is very catchy.”

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6. Flower Power (From the Fires, 2017)

“Flower Power is an amazing song with a nice organ outro that goes on for long time, and i like it that way. Whether they are slavishly imitating Led Zeppelin or simply have a similar sound built from similar influences (blues) is in the eye of the listener, but what they’ve produced is just remarkably good.”

5. Talk on the Street (From the Fires, 2017)

“A part of me wanted to come in and be all cynical about this; if you’re even remotely interested in these guys odds are you know about the accusations about aping one of the most hallowed rock bands of them all (a classic band that was themselves often derided as apers by detractors both in print and in court), but I’d be lying to anyone reading this if I said I didn’t enjoy it.”

4. Edge of Darkness (From the Fires, 2017)

“This band and all their songs are absolutely fantastic – love, love listening to them! Each one is extremely talented in what they do!”

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3. Safari Song (From the Fires, 2017)

“If you like great vocals great guitar riffs and overall great music! Buy this! It is so good while they are being compared to Zeppelin they are so much more then that! Think of all the great rock and roll from the 70’s and throw it all in with a fresh feel and you got it! Looking forward to see where these guys take the music!”

2. Black Smoke Rising (Black Smoke Rising, 2017)

“Greta van fleet music is fantastic. The guys in the band are so young but they sound like they been playing this music for years their sound brings you back to the 70s Love them”

1. Highway Tune (From the Fires, 2017)

“I’ve heard sound-a-like bands before. The Jam sounded like the Kinks, then Blur sounded like both of them, but you could always tell them apart because of their subtle differences. Now we come to this; I would swear this was Led Zeppelin. It’s not just that the music sounds similar, the vocalist sounds more like Robert Plant than Robert Plant does these days. It’s uncanny. The good thing is, this sounds like Led Zeppelin when they were up in their game. Here we might have Led Zeppelin reborn for a new generation.”