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Safari Song (Republic Records/Lava 2017)

   In the woods gathering by trusted brotherhood companion with no further explanation ringing the bells for your favorite Rock N’ Roll and Heavy Rock basic group and their occult-tinged passion there to the world opening their ears wider to listening on Greta Van Fleet – the Frankenmuth, Michigan crew whom actually, brothers as well in the flesh hailing your newer Rock heroes with a cause subsequently: Joshua/Josh, Samuel/Sam, Jacob/Jake Kiszka’s onto Kyle Hauck whose being later on replacing by Danny Wagner as then answering many questions for their unique creative mentioned naming choice as relative for one of the resident of Gretna Van Fleet used for blessings transform quickly to Greta Van Fleet quartet whose leading the sounds of influential seventies rock heavier through the likes for Robert Plant, Whitesnake, Deep Purple and (if it’s not about) Led Zeppelin there must be Uriah Heep and Humble Pie appearing in your mind while hearing their great rocking rolling musical performance over this debut recording that also reminding you for The Black Crowes compositions inside From The Fires – cranking pure powering solos, bluesy rhythms and awesome crisps melodic harmonies brought quite artistically by A Change is Gonna Come, Highway Tune, Edge of Darkness, Meet The Ledge and Talk On The Street may causing spellbound aura spreading among us and addictive Black Smoke Rising signs the eternal bonds between the new millennium genre lovers and the band that starting it all – this century. 

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