Greta Van Fleet Debuts New Single, ‘Heat Above’

Courtesy: Lava/Republic Records

Greta Van Fleet debuted its latest single this week.

The band debuted its new single ‘Heat Above‘ Wednesday. The song is the third single from the band’s forthcoming album The Battle at Garden’s Gate, which is scheduled for release April 16 through Lava/Republic Records. It follows the premiere of the album’s singles ‘Age of Machine‘ and ‘My Way, Soon.’

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Heat Above’ continues to show Greta Van Fleet’s evolving growth away from its comparisons to Led Zeppelin. While front man Joshua Kizka’s vocals still closely resemble those of Robert Plant, that is the only real link to Led Zeppelin this song has. Kizka’s vocals, as a matter of fact, pair with the song’s instrumentation here to make the song overall just as comparable to works from Rush as to those from Led Zeppelin.

No explanation of the song’s lyrical theme was provided in the press release distributed Wednesday about the song’s debut. That aside, the lyrical content that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement is sure to connect with listeners in its own right.

In other news, the track listing for The Battle at Garden’s Gate was revealed Wednesday. The listing is noted below.

Complete track-listing:

1.  Heat Above

2.  My Way, Soon

3.  Broken Bells

4.  Built by Nations

5.  Age of Machine

6.  Tears of Rain

7.  Stardust Chords

8.  Light My Love

9.  Caravel

10. The Barbarians

11. Trip the Light Fantastic

12. The Weight of Dreams

More information on Greta Van Fleet’s new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:




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