At least you narrow it down, considering Plant himself didn't sound like 1969 Plant after, well 1969... To me, GVF are similar to some Zep, but folks saying "they sound just like Zeppelin" or "they're just ripping off Zeppelin" are hearing things that I'm just not hearing. Zep had a lot of shades and each album sounded different than the last... There are a ton of blues-based bands with wailing singers that don't get the same grief GVF does. I think it has more to do with their apparent quick ascent - which actually isn't that quick considering that these kids have been playing together and recording music for YEARS. A lot of GVF's songs sound nothing like Zep and more like other bands. I'd be interested in hearing a Zeppelin version of an Adele song, but that ain't gonna happen. GVF also crafts songs with hooks, which puts them a cut above other Zeppelin-esque bands. I, for one, am glad that both Zeppelin and GVF exist. I like 'em both but only one is putting out new music though, so I'll take what I can get. I never understood this battle of the bands mentality - if I don't like, I don't listen and just move on - no biggie. Pretty simple.