TL/DR: Bombastic, innocent, unidimensional and unbalanced at times, but a massive step up from their boring debut. On their sophomore album, the Michigan band is exploring new territories and their identity, giving glimpses of their potential in the process.
This is it guys. The time has come.
Not only is this my 1000th rating but I get to review an album that I was thrilled to hear.
Greta Van Fleet, the polarising hard rock band of brothers from Michigan have released ... read more