Greta Van Fleet Plan to Drop Sophomore Album in Early 2020

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Greta Van Fleet really made a splash with their debut album Anthem of the Peaceful Army, and its follow-up is on the way. The Grammy-winning rock band “poured everything” into this record, and they’re hoping to release it at the beginning of next year.

The band’s frontman Josh Kiszka recently discussed future plans with Kerrang and revealed what they have in store for their next studio album.

“It’s intended to be a full release, a full album. For about two months in the heart of the summer of this year, we really poured everything into the writing and recording, and we’re hoping that sometime earlier next year we’ll be able to put it out,” said Kiszka.

Anthem of the Peaceful Army came out in 2018 and debuted at no. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. Before sharing their first album with the world, Greta Van Fleet dropped two EPs – Black Smoke Rising and From the Fires, which won a Grammy for the best rock album at this year’s ceremony.