The Tallest Man On Earth, Kristian Matsson, collaborated on a cover with his wife, Idiot Wind’s Amanda Hollingby Matsson, of Damien Jurado’s “Working Titles.” This standout song from Damien’s newest record, Maraqopa, was voted the #1 song of 2012 yesterday by Speakers In Code.
This will be the last bloggy from Dead Oceans until we get back from Xmas break! HAVE A VERY SAFE, HAPPY HOLIDAY, FRIENDS! Get your resolutions in order, and we’ll see you soon. <3
The Tallest Man On Earth makes his highly anticipated return to Australia! Following a string of sold out performances in 2010, Kristian announces a tour with the first show taking place at Melbourne’s Recital Hall on February 28. Dates also include performances at the esteemed Sydney Opera House and Perth International Arts, Womad and Golden Plain festivals. See the full schedule and ticket links below.
The Tallest Man On Earth has returned to Europe and will continue touring in support of There’s No Leaving Now. Tonight he plays Barcelona’s Casino de l’Aliancia! In addition to venue stops, dates also include Pitchfork Music Festival Paris. Many of the shows are already sold out, so purchase your tickets sooner rather than later. See the full list of dates below!
Head into your weekend with Kristian’s lovely KEXP session. Watch HERE.
Pitchforktv and MPLS.tv bring you a new video of The Tallest Man On Earth performing a wonderful, acoustic version of “Revelation Blues.” Director Dan Huiting filmed the video on a Chicago rooftop for the City of Music series in early August, following Kristian’s show at Lollapalooza. Watch above!
Catch The Tallest Man On Earth on tour! Full list of dates HERE.
The Tallest Man On Earth recently stopped by KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic for a live session. Kristian sits down with host Jason Bentley for an early morning performance of a couple of songs from his new album, There’s No Leaving Now. Watch above.
After performing at KCRW, Kristian traveled up to Portland’s Kink Radio for another live session at The Bing Lounge. Watch the three-song set below in our Youtube playlist.
Finally, ABC News’ AudioFile music series caught up with Kristian backstage at his New York City Town Hall show. He talks about growing up in Sweden and his reasons for writing his new album. Watch the interview HERE.