Greta Van Fleet Lead Singer Responds To People Who Keep Comparing Them To Led Zep

INGLEWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 08: Sam Kiszka (L) and Josh Kiszka of Greta Van Fleet pose during KROQ Absolut Almost Acoustic Christmas 2018 at The Forum on December 8, 2018 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Can’t Deny 1 Thing

If you don’t know who Greta Van Fleet is by now, you’re probably living under a rock. These dudes have been crushing it lately, and quite frankly, we believe they’re one of the bands to really revive that classic rock culture.

But they have had no shortage of critics. One of the biggest criticisms is sounding very Led Zeppelinish. Some have even compared the lead singer, Josh, to sounding almost exactly like Robert Plant. So by nature you’re going to attract a lot of buzz and haters. It’s the way it is. But one thing is clear: they’re not going to stop rockin’.

What Did He Say?

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In an interview with Rolling Stone, lead singer Josh Kiszka said:

“Obviously we hear the similarity. That’s one of the influences of ours. But at this point it’s like okay, we’ve acknowledged that, let’s move on.”

And you know what? It’s time that people move on and APPRECIATE that new classic rock sounding music is WORKING in the year 2019. Who would have thought?