Greta Van Fleet‘s Jake Kiszka, the young, bodacious guitarist for the group took to social media via Instagram to post quite the revealing picture. This Greta Van Fleet member was filmed kissing a young girl not too long ago. Here we see the handsome Greta Van Fleet guitarist posing for the camera, revealing some true size – his long, lengthy legs in some bad boy leather pants. Black pants rising?! This Greta Van Fleet bandmate was caught sleeping at a recent concert.
The full picture can be seen below:
In other Greta Van Fleet news, fans on the band’s subreddit have been discussing whether or not the popularity of the group will usher in a new generation of classic rock-influenced bands:
Dr_JohnZoidberg_ opened the discussion with the following question: “How long do you think it will take for the “Greta Van Fleet effect” to go into full force? Greta van fleet has proven that you can still get rich and famous off of making old-school rock n’ roll in the modern-day. Usually, when something like Greta van fleet becomes popular, there’s a wave of musicians trying to mimic their success. Do you think this is going to happen?
SonOfGaia294 pointed out: “It’s hard to say so early on. Back in the day, there used to be lots of copycat bands because of the musical culture. Take the arctic monkeys, there were hundreds of bands that popped up around Sheffield because of the musical culture of the time. The reason was because of oversaturation. Nowadays music is a lot more worldwide and spread out, and it takes longer for copycat bands to form. Give it a few years when they’ve got a few number 1 albums, (if they do) then you’ll definitely have a load”
Whereas Nin10dude64 had a different take: “Call me naive but they’re playing because they love music, they do it for the music. People just happened to love their music… But to answer your question, I think Slash or another rocker made mention that they’re the beginning of this wave you mention. It’s only a matter of time now…” Greta Van Fleet made a bold The Who claim a few days ago.