It's been a hot minute since we've been able to see Greta Van Fleet live but the band has quelled our live music needs with their latest release.
Over the course of a few days the Michigan rockers have dropped their full performance at Colorado's legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater from their March Of The Peaceful Army Tour in September of last year.
Greta Van Fleet has shared three “Acts” that range from 22-33 minutes and cover the entirety of their high-energy set. The band broke it's three-month Instagram hiatus to post about the footage and fans couldn't be happier.
“YES IM HERE FOR THISS,” one fan commented while another wrote, “Can't wait until these guys get back on the road. This is music for the soul which I am definitely needing right now.”
Most fans, though, were excited to finally have live HQ footage of the band performing the fan-favorite, “Black Flag Exposition” which includes a jaw-dropping guitar solo by Jake Kiszka. GVF also played tracks like “Safari Song,” “Watching Over,” “When the Curtain Falls,” and more.
In addition to the music, the band also weaved in some pretty incredible effects to the footage and it'll really make you feel like you're at one of their show's.
The band's debut album, March Of The Peaceful Army, was released in 2018 and the band had plans of dropping a new album this year but we'll just have to wait a little longer to get it as there's been radio silent about it on their end.
“There's a little evolution, I suppose, with everything. We're working on something quite different. It's interesting, because we never know exactly what an album is going to look like – it can only be so premeditated,” the band said about the new music late last year.
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