On his fourth studio album, The Tallest Man on Earth tinkered with new sounds to expand his sonic repertoire beyond a solo act. Following a similar path, Kristian Matsson (a.k.a the Tallest Man) now explores ballet in his new video, "Darkness of the Dream."
The Tallest Man on Earth (a.k.a Kristian Matsson) has received some warm love on his new LP, 'Dark Bird is Home.' While already out touring the globe, the Swedish songwriter has announced that more U.S. dates will be added to the roster.
Strumming a twelve-string and, half-surprisingly, accompanied by a band of four behind him, The Tallest Man on Earth took to Conan on May 20 to perform the track, "Sagres" off his latest LP, 'Dark Bird is Home.'
A most unique voice in a most conflated world of music, the Tallest Man on Earth has carved out a niche for himself that is at his beck and call. Thus, his fourth studio album,' Dark Bird is Home,' comes after three years in the making but is worth the price of the ticket.
Swedish crooner Kristian Matsson a.k.a. The Tallest Man on Earth gives an entire genre of guitar playing folks a reason to delve deeper. His fourth studio album, Dark Bird is Home, is proof that his songwriting is not only eclectic but delicately disciplined too.
The gravelly-voiced Swedish crooner, Kristian Matsson, dubbed The Tallest Man on Earth, has released his latest single via the NPR wire. His surprisingly upbeat "Sagres" departs from his folk roots and brings in other nuances uncommon for a Tallest Man LP.