Singer Josh Kiszka is recovering from a respiratory infection that forced the band to cancel their spring tour
Greta Van Fleet have shared new dates for their rescheduled ‘March Of The Peaceful Army’ tour.
Last week, the band was forced to cancel their spring tour after vocalist Josh Kiszka revealed that he had not yet recovered from an upper respiratory infection.
The Michigan band, who released their debut album ‘Anthem Of The Peaceful Army’ last year, had previously announced some rescheduled show but now reveal the full dates. Ticketholders for the original can still attend the new shows.
Greta Van Fleet UK/Europe tour dates:
3 – LEEDS, O2 Academy Leeds
4 – DUBLIN, Olympia Theatre
6 – GLASGOW, O2 Academy Glasgow
7 – NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, O2 Academy Newcastle
9 – LIVERPOOL, Mountford Hall, Liverpool Uni
10 – NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
12 – AMSTERDAM, AFAS Live (Netherlands)
13 – PARIS, Le Zenith (France)
15 – ANTWERP, Lotto Arena (Belgium)
18 – COPENHAGEN, KB Hallen (Denmark)
20 – COLOGNE, Palladium (Germany)
21 – MUNICH, Zenith (Germany)
24 – MILAN, Alcatraz (Italy)
26 – BARCELONA, Sant Jordi Club (Spain)
In January, the band promised that a “very worldly” new album would emerge this year.
“There’s a lot of stuff that we’re working on right now that’s very exciting and very new and we’re going places that we’ve never been before – literally and figuratively. But I think album two is going to be very worldly”, vocalist Kiszka told Heavy Mag.
Discussing how visiting new locations has influenced the sound of the upcoming material, Kiszka continued: “Touring the world – seeing Japan, seeing Australia – and having all these new experiences, in a way, those sounds of… the colours of our mind get put into the record like that.
“This only skyrockets our creativity, because we get to see so many beautiful things that we’ve never seen before. This is a great life.”