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Listen to Greta Van Fleet’s ‘Always There’ From ‘A Million Little Pieces’ Soundtrack

The soundtrack to ‘A Million Little Pieces’ also includes the likes of R.E.M., Tom Waits, Loretta Lynn, Otis Redding, Mazzy Star and The Velvet Underground.

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Greta Van Fleet have released a surprise new single, ‘Always There’. The song comes from the soundtrack of the movie A Million Little Pieces, directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, which hits cinemas in December. You can check the track out below.

In a Facebook post, Greta Van Fleet say: “Always There’ was originally recorded for inclusion on Anthem Of The Peaceful Army, but it was ultimately decided the song didn’t fit the tone of the album.

“Thus, it appeared to us serendipitous when A Million Little Pieces requested to use it in the film’s soundtrack. We are pleased to share this song with you.”

The soundtrack to A Million Little Pieces also includes the likes of R.E.M., Tom Waits, Loretta Lynn, Otis Redding, Mazzy Star and the Velvet Underground.

A Million Little Pieces stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson in a tour de force performance. Based on the best-selling controversial book of the same name by James Frey with a screenplay by Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Sam Taylor-Johnson, the film also features an all-star cast including Billy Bob Thornton, Juliette Lewis, Giovanni Ribisi, Charlie Hunnam, and Odessa Young.

Last month Greta Van Fleet announced they’d be hooking up with Metallica for six South American dates next April. The band are currently in Australia, completing four Antipodean shows that were postponed earlier in the year due to the band’s Grammy commitments, and return to the US later in the month for a run of dates.

They’ll be back in Europe in November for a European tour, dates that were scheduled for earlier this year but postponed when singer Josh Kiszka contracted a respiratory infection.

Greta Van Fleet play the following 2019/2020 tour dates:

Sep 06: Brisbane Eatons Hill Hotel, Australia
Sep 07: Melbourne Forum Theatre, Australia
Sep 10: Auckland Logan Campbell Centre, New Zealand
Sep 21: Kansas City The Starlight Theatre, MO
Sep 23: Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre, CO
Sep 27: Las Vegas The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel, NV
Sep 29: San Diego Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre, CA
Sep 30: Irvine FivePoint Amphitheatre, CA
Oct 02: San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, CA
Oct 05: Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium, CA
Oct 09: Sugar Land Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land, TX
Oct 11: New Orleans UNO Lakefront Arena, LA
Oct 13: Nashville Municipal Auditorium, TN
Oct 15: Philadelphia The Met, PA
Nov 03: Dublin Olympia, IE
Nov 06: Glasgow 02 Academy, UK
Nov 07: Newcastle 02 Academy, UK
Nov 09: Liverpool Mountford Hall, UK
Nov 10: Nottingham Rock City, UK
Nov 12: Amsterdam AFAS Live, NL
Nov 13: Paris Le Zenith, FR
Nov 15: Antwerp Lottto Arena, BE
Nov 18: Copenhagen KB Hallen, DK
Nov 20: Cologne Palladium, DE
Nov 21: Munich Zenith, DE
Nov 24: Milan Alcatraz, IT
Nov 26: Barcelona Sant Jordi Club, ES
Apr 15: Santiago Estadio Nacional, Chile
Apr 18: Buenos Aires Campo Argentino de Polo, Argentina
Apr 21: Porto Alegre Arena do Grêmio, Brazil
Apr 23: Curitiba Estádio Couto Pereira, Brazil
Apr 25: São Paulo Estádio do Morumbi, Brazil
Apr 27: Belo Horizonte Estádio do Mineirão, Brazil.

Listen to the Best of Greta Van Fleet on Apple Music and Spotify.

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