Greta Van Fleet Take Hilarious Wasted Bar Photo


Greta Van Fleet members Josh Kiszka and Jake Kiszka recently took a hilarious photo at a bar holding large beers. Greta Van Fleet rescued a bandmate from a fall in a funny photo yesterday. They had wasted looks on their faces, though knowing their great sense of humor, they did it on purpose for the humor. Greta Van Fleet have been working with producer Greg Kurstin on their second full length studio album in Los Angeles, and they’ll soon be making up their Australia tour that they postponed earlier this year when Josh Kiszka had health issues with his voice.

Marlon Young discussed recording with Greta Van Fleet last year on Anthem of the Peaceful Army.

“When they came back after being on the road for six months and we got back in the studio, it was immediately noticeable that they had been playing four or five nights a week,” says Marlon Young, who, along with veteran audio engineer Al Sutton (Kid Rock) and Herschel Boone, have worked on all of Greta Van Fleet’s official recordings: Black Smoke Rising EP (2017), From the Fires EP (2017) and their debut full-length, Anthem of the Peaceful Army (2018).

“They’re not excited about 12-hour studio days,” says Sutton. “We’ll be working here, messing around with something, and we look up and they’re gone. We find them in the lobby, the four of them with acoustics, just jamming for hours on end. They’re in a constant jam session. They don’t want to sit here and do it, they want to be out there, with all four of them playing and singing. They never stop playing. It’s fascinating to watch.” You can read the full interview at Mix Online.