Last week, Greta Van Fleet premiered "When the Curtain Falls," the first single from their highly anticipated, as-yet-untitled debut album. Last night, the band stopped by The Tonight Show to perform the single. You can check out their performance above.
The young, Frankenmuth, Michigan-based group first came to prominence last year with their debut EP, Black Smoke Rising, and its high-flying lead single, "Highway Tune." Since then, the group's profile has risen exponentially, with endorsements from the likes of Joe Satriani and a number of sell-out tour dates.
When Guitar World asked Jake Kiszka—the band's guitarist—about the band's debut album earlier this year, he said that the album was going to be a "definitive statement."
“Our first studio EP, Black Smoke Rising, was kind of a snapshot of where we were at the time, but the full album is going to be the real deal," he continued. "I see it as a big-picture look at where we are now and where we’re headed.”