Greta Van Fleet receives standing ovation during 'Tonight Show' debut

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OK, OK — so we've obviously been sipping upon the brothers Kiszka Kool-Aid, but we're not alone.

Greta Van Fleet took to the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon stage Thursday night to perform their latest single, "When The Curtain Falls," where it received a standing ovation by Fallon's audience. Fallon's response: "Not bad."



The shaggy-haired retro-rockers from Michigan's own "Little Bavaria" dropped their official video for the single exclusively on Spotify last week, shot vertically and on Super 8 film — because, you know. Vintage, man.

You can catch the Fleet doing their thing on Fallon below.



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