Greta Van Fleet have posted a new photo of guitarist Jake Kiszka wearing what appears to be boxers or a very small bathing suit outside at a hotel. It must have been a hot day! Fans were driven crazy by the photo in comments on Instagram and Twitter.
please post a picture of josh like this PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEAse
okay so who has the right to be posting these and thinking that all the stan girls won’t be actually dying..
EXCUSE YOU YOU CANT JUST FLEX ON US LIKE THAT WITH NO WARNING
I wanna trail kisses on the stomach so BAD MAN.
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO POST PICS OF URSELF MORE FREQUENTLY JACOB
JACOB ARE YOU LIKE TRYNNA KILL EVERY WOMAN KNOWN TO MAN?? CMON BUDDY
baby who turned the temperature hotter 🔥🔥 cause i’m burnin up burnin up for you baby 🔥🔥🔥
SHIT SHIT I CANT WITH THIS DJDJSJDJDJS IM DYING CRYING IN BIRKENSTOCKS, ARE U MODEL JAKE? I PAY U THE UBER.
The Aquarian reviewed a recent Greta Van Fleet show in Asbury Park.
As dusk settled in, Greta Van Fleet strutted out to the roar of the capacity audience. On a stage devoid of a backdrop, decorations, lasers, pyrotechnics, or any gimmickry, the band launched into a fiery version of their hit “When the Curtain Falls.” With the audience signing along—which they would continue throughout the set—the band moved on to “Black Smoke Rising” and then, their first hit, “Highway Song.” The high-energy pace was established and would not relent.
There were no audio tapes employed. There were no choreographed dance moves. And each song was not played to record perfection. This was a no-frills hard rock concert played with heart and soul; with unabashed passion by each band member. It is this approach that sets them above and beyond any would-be peers.
— Greta Van Fleet (@GretaVanFleet) June 13, 2019
— Jay (@JayJayIsNotOkay) June 13, 2019
— ♥ 𝐌𝐈𝐂𝐇𝐀𝐄𝐋𝐀 ♥ (@gurlcult) June 13, 2019
— mari (@leftinightmare) June 13, 2019