Greta Van Fleet are the biggest thing to hit rock music in years and it's hard to deny the influence that Led Zepplin has had on their band. The riffs, the vocals and the style of GVF seem to be a carbon copy of Zepplin at times, for better or worse. Robert Plant has spoken highly of the band, which has to be flattering, but according to members, it's time to move on from stating the obvious.
Speaking to Rolling Stone, GVF singer Josh Kiska was quoted,
“Obviously we hear the similarity. That one of the influences of ours, but at this point, it’s like, ‘Okay, we’ve acknowledged that. Let’s move on.'”
I don't think Kiska is off base here, but if he thinks that the world is going to move on, he's mistaking and the band is going to have to accept it.