Yes, singer Josh Kiszka does sound like a young Robert Plant—but let's now move past the obvious and talk about a red-hot rock band turning popular music on its head. Hailing from a small town in Michigan, Greta Van Fleet features three brothers and a close friend who were raised on 1960s blues and organically grew into a sound reminiscent of classic rock's finest. While many people reference Led Zeppelin, the more apt comparison might be Guns 'n' Roses, who dropped Appetite for Destruction in a year when artists like Tiffany, Belinda Carlisle, Starship and Huey Lewis all dominated the top of the charts. Greta Van Fleet is an outlier in today's electro-driven music scene, yet the band's lead single, "Highway Tune," is a global hit, and their mostly sold-out tour launches March 20 in the Netherlands and continues through August in Japan. Their full-length debut will likely drop in the early summer, and you can spend 4/20 with them at Coachella.