Whoa. Hold on a minute, is that Robert Plant singing? Is that Jimmy Page himself, shredding the hell out of a Les Paul like it was ’72 all over again? Well…it’s not, but my oh my, you would be forgiven in thinking that you just stumbled upon some long-lost Zeppelin demos. Beginning with the shot of adrenaline that is album opener “Highway Song,” brothers Joshua and Samuel Kiszka function as dead ringers for the aforementioned tandem of Plant and Page, bringing that golden god bravado into the 21st century. Yet before you think this is just a mere copycat act, Greta Van Fleet pulls moves from all the heavy hitters, not just Zep. An amalgam of big, theatrical '70s guitar rock influences, Black Smoke Rising finds solace in the sounds of Rush, Heart, and Deep Purple. An essential listen for fans of similarly anachronistic spirits such as Rival Sons or the Black Keys, Greta Van Fleet are bringing new life to your dad’s record collection. Big bonus: they don’t look like your dad.