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The Tallest Man On Earth Shares New Song Forever Is A Very Long Time

Thursday, 14 June 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Kristian Matsson

The Tallest Man On Earth has unveiled a new track.

Forever Is A Very Long Time is the third song, following An Ocean and Somewhere In The Mountains, Somewhere In New York, to be shared from his 'When The Bird Sees The Solid Ground' five-part series.

Discussing it, he said:

“This song is about letting go, when you really don’t want to let go. Make a national anthem for your empty ass apartment? If it’s triumphant or pathetic doesn’t really matter.”

Kristian Mattson, aka the Tallest Man on Earth, will play two nights at London's Union Chapel this September as part of a wider European tour.

The Tallest Man On Earth Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon September 24 2018 - LONDON Union Chapel
Tue September 25 2018 - LONDON Union Chapel

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