Greta Van Fleet announce new collaboration with Parks Project for Earth Month
A new leather guitar strap and t-shirt in support of the conservation organisation.
Images: The Parks Projects
In celebration of Earth Month, Greta Van Fleet have announced a new collaboration with Parks Project, an organisation dedicated to the protection and preservation of parklands.
Through the project, the band has launched a new t-shirt and high-end leather guitar strap. The two pieces of limited-edition merchandise celebrate the “spiritual and physical escape our natural places provide.”
The strap features the Garden’s Gate symbol, taken from the band’s from the upcoming album The Battle at Garden’s Gate. There’s also the phrase “Escape To Nature” across its length. Only 20 units are available, and have been handmade by artists in a Los Angeles workshop. The t-shirt features the same elements, on a cream, 100 per cent cotton base.
The collaboration comes ahead of The Battle At Garden Gate’s release, set for 16 April. Singer Josh Kiszka told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe about the influences on display on the record: “I think we’re at that point actually where we can finally say, yeah, Led Zeppelin’s obviously a big influence for us because we are not making music that sounds really anything remotely like that.
“What The Battle at Garden’s Gate is the coming of age of the sound of Greta Van Fleet and how Greta Van Fleet relates to the 21st century.”
The strap lists for $375, and the t-shirt for $36. You can see the collection here.
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