Kristian Matsson, better known to you and I as The Tallest Man On Earth, has just seen off the release of ‘I Love You. It’s A Fever Dream’, his first album in 4 years. Written, produced and engineered by Matsson, the record was recorded almost entirely in his Brooklyn apartment. The indie singer-songwriter has unveiled dates for a world tour in support of the new record, hitting the UK this Autumn, stopping off at the Albert Hall on 9th November. Check out his recent appearance on KEXP below.

Born in Dalarna, Sweden, Mattson first found fans with the release of debut LP ‘Shallow Grave’ in 2008. Fast-forward eleven years and the indie folk musician has seen off four more studio albums, including 2015’s ‘The Dark Bird is Home’, noted by Consequence of Sound as a record of “honest storytelling that grows from bare guitar into a lush, flowery, full-band adieu.”


The Tallest Man On Earth performs at the Albert Hall on Saturday 9th November. Tickets are available here.

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