In celebration of their much anticipated forthcoming third studio album Starcatcher – due July 21 on Lava/Republic/EMI Records – GRAMMY® award-winning rock band Greta Van Fleet are set to kick off their Starcatcher World Tour on 24th July in Nashville, Tennessee. The tour includes stops at the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York, The Forum in Los Angeles as well as London’s Wembley Arena and more.HERE for additional info and to purchase tickets.Tickets will be available for the Electric Tomb Presale beginning Wednesday, 19th April at 10 AM local time in the U.S. and Europe. Additional presales in the U.S. and Europe will be available throughout the week ahead of the general on-sale starting Friday, 21st April at 10 AM local time. See
The Starcatcher World Tour will include support from special guests Kaleo, Surf Curse, Brightonian quartet Black Honey and, in the UK and Ireland, Mt. Joy. The album is written and recorded by the band – lead singer Josh Kizska, guitarist Jake Kizska, bassist/keyboardist Sam Kizska and drummer Danny Wagner – alongside GRAMMY®-winning producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile). Recorded at the legendary RCA Studios in Nashville, the band utilised the large recording room to capture the pure energy of their world-renowned live performances.
The album’s first single Meeting The Master is out now to extensive critical acclaim. Check out the new record tune below:
“We didn’t really have to force or be intense about writing, because everything that happened was very instinctual,” Kizska says. “If anything, the record is our perspective, and sums up where we are as a group and individually as musicians.”Throughout the ten-song collection the band explores the duality of fantasy versus reality and the contrast between light and darkness. “We had this idea that we wanted to tell these stories to build a universe,” says Wagner. “We wanted to introduce characters and motifs and these ideas that would come about here and there throughout our careers through this world.” The band took multiple concepts from critically acclaimed second album The Battle at Garden’s Gate and brought them into Starcatcher, although Sam’s take on the new record’s big ideas hint instead at new beginnings. “When I imagine the world of Starcatcher, I think of the cosmos,” he says. “It makes me ask a lot of questions, like ‘Where did we come from?’ or ‘What are we doing here?’ But it’s also questions like, ‘What is this consciousness that we have, and where did it come from?’” The band are best known for their renowned live performances, selling over one million tickets worldwide. They sold out their entire 2022 arena tour, holding a special energy between them and their devoted fans. With Starcatcher the band aims to capture that energy in the recording studio. Most recently, the band performed at the inaugural Lollapalooza Mumbai and completed an extensive U.S. arena tour in March. Greta Van Fleet return to the road next month for previously announced festival shows in Atlanta and Memphis, with further shows to come. Starcatcher follows their album The Battle at Garden’s Gate, released in 2021 to extensive chart and critical success. In the US, the album debuted at #1 Billboard Rock Album, #1 Billboard Hard Rock Album, #1 Billboard Vinyl Album, #2 Billboard Top Album Sales and in the Top 10 on the Billboard 200. It was a Top 10 album in the UK and a major hit around the world. Greta Van Fleet’s debut LP, Anthem of the Peaceful Army was released in 2018 to countless accolades including #1 Billboard Rock Album and Top 3 on the Billboard 200. Their From The Fires EP, released in 2017, won Best Rock Album at the 61st Grammy Awards. Forming in Frankenmuth, Michigan in 2012, Greta Van Fleet consists of three brothers—vocalist Josh Kiszka, guitarist Jake Kiszka and bassist/keyboardist Sam Kiszka—as well as drummer Danny Wagner. Together they have performed across multiple continents and sold over 3.5 million records worldwide.