Greta Van Fleet have unveiled their new music video for track "The Falling Sky" which is currently charting in the Top 25 at Active Rock Radio. The video was directed by the band alongside Gus Black; watch below. The song hails from the band’s critically acclaimed new album Starcatcher via Lava/Republic Records.
Of collaborating with the band to direct the video, Black shares, “I’d say we pushed even harder on this one to create something visceral and visually stunning. I felt a deeper connection to the band during the process of creating the video and I value that aspect of our collaboration as much as the work itself.”
“A peer into the wilds of a starlit oblivion, this visual representation of The Falling Sky demonstrates the darkness and barbarity in a world filled with such duality. in essence, a reminder of the complexity of the human soul and all it is capable of enduring; a letter of love written to the rising sun.” - Jake Kiszka
Starcatcher debuted at #8 on the Billboard 200 chart and reached #1 on the Top Rock Albums, Top Hard Rock Albums and Top Rock & Alternative Albums, plus it charted internationally in Germany (#2), Switzerland (#2), Belgium (#4), Austria (#6), the Netherlands (#7), the UK (#8), Italy (#18) and Canada (#19). Starcatcher is the band’s second top 10 album, following 2021’s The Battle at Garden’s Gate.
The band is currently on their extensive, much-lauded Starcatcher World Tour in support of the new record. The tour includes upcoming stops at the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York and TD Garden in Boston as well as London’s OVO Arena Wembley and more; see below for a complete list of dates. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased HERE. The Starcatcher World Tour includes support from special guests Surf Curse, Mt. Joy and others.