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[Editor’s note: at time of the interview it was not yet announced that on November 10th they would be issuing the double EP ‘From The Fires’ which will include the four songs from the first EP, four newly recorded songs and will have a physical release on LP/CD] Josh Kiszka: Yeah, and in November, December-ish, January and February, that’s when we’ll be working on a full length [album].And at this point, it’s sort of gathering together specific songs that we think are going to be diverse and share a lot of light shade and present a lot of nuances. Writing seems to be a process that’s sort of natural, sort of like a second nature where just today, we were working on something.

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That being said the EP is only available in digital format. Highway Tune (Official Video) Song available here: https://to/Greta Van Fleet Highway Tune YD Connect with Greta Van Fleet: https:// https:// Van Fleet by Ford Fairchild Produced by Christina Cooper For FOCO Creative Music video by Greta Van Fleet performing Highway Tune.Sleaze Roxx: Thank you for taking the time to speak with us Josh.There is a much deserved buzz around the band since you released your EP ‘Black Smoke Rising’ this past April.Sleaze Roxx caught up with Greta Van Fleet’s lead vocalist and elder twin Josh Kiszka for a candid conversation about his band and the state of rock within the music industry today.We are particularly excited about this band because of the sheer velocity of success they’re garnering in such a short time.But there’s still a lot of work for me to be doing. So as we did stuff musically, it’s a bit of a natural outlet.

It developed in the rough patches where I was thinking “I shouldn’t be doing this, [music] I should be doing film.” Eventually things started going our way so I’m very glad that I stuck with it.

Their debut EP was after all, just released just back in April of this year.

Some of Josh’s answers surprised us and most of them made us think that Greta Van Fleet just may be the humble beginnings of a new and large sweeping movement in popular music today.

Josh Kiszka: We always say it’s like [ages] eight to 80 because there’s parents.

You see the older generation that have lived all of that with a sort of like nostalgic glisten in their eye.

Do you find they are listening to music that is rooted in classic rock and the blues?