Michigan rockers Greta Van Fleet released a new single, "When The Curtain Falls," ahead of their forthcoming as yet untitled debut album. The band distributed the song via its social media yesterday. It can be heard here.
"The quartet eschew newer musical influences in favor of classic blues and rock artists, including Willie Dixon, Howlin’ Wolf, Fairport Convention and Led Zeppelin, which inform their Seventies-flavored sound" according to Rolling Stone.
The band is currently in the midst of a North American summer tour with a European leg to follow in the fall. 'When The Curtain Falls' will be part of the group’s first full-length album -- the follow-up to the double EP “From The Fires” -- which the band has been recording since January in Royal Oak and Nashville. No title or release date have been announced yet.
Greta Van Fleet’s current U.S. tour continues with dates until October 11 followed by a visit to Europe and the U.K. from October 26 to November 15.
Source: Rolling Stone Magazine