Greta Van Fleet still ooze classic rock vibes on "You're The One", but this torch song is more Bad Company than Led Zeppelin.
So "You're The One" isn't NEW new. Greta Van Fleet shared the track ahead of their full-length debut Anthem of a Peaceful Army. But its more acoustic nature and easy singalong chorus has earned the song attention from beyond the hard rock faithful.
Josh Kiszka still sounds like Robert Plant. But with its acoustic base and organ solo, "You're The One" sounds less specifically like Zeppelin and more like the 1970's album-oriented rock (AOR) vibe as a whole. Its rhythm and pace particularly remind me of Bad Company's classic "Shooting Star".
You're The One (Official Audio) Anthem Of The Peaceful Army available now: https://gretavanfleet.lnk.to/AOTPAYD Connect with Greta Van Fleet: http://www.gretavanfleet.com/ https://www.facebook.com/gretavanfleet https://shop.gretavanfleet.com/ https://www.instagram.com/gretavanfleet/ https://twitter.com/gretavanfleet Written by Joshua Michael Kiszka Written by Jacob Thomas Kiszka Written by Samuel Francis Kiszka Written by Daniel Robert Wagner Produced by Al Sutton Produced by Marlon Young Produced by Herschel Boone Music video by Greta Van Fleet performing You're The One.
In other Greta news, the Michigan rockers scored FOUR Grammy nominations including the coveted and oft-debated Best New Artist. Best of luck to them in February!