The Michigan-based retro rockers in Greta Van Fleet just surprised fans with a new track called "Always There". The song, an outtake that didn't make the cut for last year's debut album Anthem Of The Peaceful Army, will appear on the soundtrack for the upcoming film A Million Little Pieces. Meanwhile, Greta Van Fleet are hard at work on their second album, which they promise will be "very different" from what we've heard from Greta so far. What do you think of "Always There"? Does Greta Van Fleet need to avoid the Led Zeppelin comparisons, or does their music stand on its own?