Greta Van Fleet have announced a UK and Ireland headline tour for 2022.
The ‘Dreams And Gold’ jaunt will see the band play two dates at Manchester’s O2 Apollo along with a show at London’s Alexandra Palace and a concert in Dublin next June.
The shows will see the band perform tracks from their recent album ‘The Battle At Garden’s Gate’.
Greta Van Fleet’s UK dates are as follows:
23 – Fairview, Dublin
25 – Alexandra Palace, London
28 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
29 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
Meanwhile, frontman Josh Kiszka recently hit back at KISS frontman Gene Simmons after he suggested that rock music is “dead”.
“Maybe the world of rock [Gene] remembers is dead…I don’t know,” Josh told NME.
“I think rock ‘n’ roll is a very elastic genre, it’s a very eclectic genre. It seems like every once in a while, a generation reinterprets what that is.
“And I’ve heard a lot, throughout the years, I guess people blowing hot air about… I think rock ‘n’ roll can become dormant, but you can’t kill something that supersedes time. It’s an attitude and a spirit and a celebration. I think people pass the torch and time moves on,” the singer added.
He added: “I think there’s probably a lot of people that would disagree with him. Elton John is one, I’m sure. I’ve heard it come out of his mouth.”