Greta Van Fleet have lined up spring dates for the UK and Ireland leg of their world tour supporting new album, ‘Anthem of the Peaceful Army’.
Out now via Lava/Republic Records, the Michigan quartet’s full length has been one of the most talked about debuts in recent times, receiving heavy attention from the rock and metal media on both sides of the Atlantic. Collectively written by the four piece, comprising three brothers, 22-year old twins Josh and Jake plus younger sibling Sam Kiszka, with drummer Danny Wagner, the album was produced by Marlon Young, Al Sutton and Herschel Boone and recorded earlier this year in Nashville and in the band’s home state.
The band will call in Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Nottingham, Liverpool and Dublin during March, with the hotly-tipped rockers also set to visit Australia for the first time in January. They’ve also lined up shows across Europe in February, followed by four weeks of North American dates staring in spring and continuing into the summer. Head to the band’s official website for ticket links.
The recent Kerrang! magazine cover stars also have a handful of UK shows in the diary for November, including three dates at the Kentish Town O2 Forum in London.