8 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Michigan four-piece Greta Van Fleet are stirring up the sort of electrifying, hard-edged rock music that makes you want to rev your engine. On their breakout hit, “Highway Tune,” singer Josh Kiszka lays his high-pitched howl over ripping electric guitar and hammering drums with such slick polish, Led Zeppelin would be proud. “No stopping on the highway girl/Because I want to burn my gas,” he sings. It’s urgent, retro, and impressively precise—a must-listen for fans of '70s classic rock and young guns keen to claim the genre for their generation. Don’t miss “Safari Song.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Michigan four-piece Greta Van Fleet are stirring up the sort of electrifying, hard-edged rock music that makes you want to rev your engine. On their breakout hit, “Highway Tune,” singer Josh Kiszka lays his high-pitched howl over ripping electric guitar and hammering drums with such slick polish, Led Zeppelin would be proud. “No stopping on the highway girl/Because I want to burn my gas,” he sings. It’s urgent, retro, and impressively precise—a must-listen for fans of '70s classic rock and young guns keen to claim the genre for their generation. Don’t miss “Safari Song.”

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