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The Tallest Man On Earth Shares Latest Track In 'When The Bird Sees The Solid Ground' Series

Friday, 03 August 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Kristian Matsson

The Tallest Man On Earth has unveiled a new track.

The finger picking-fuelled Down In My Heart is the fourth instalment from the Swedish singer-songwriter's 'When The Bird Sees The Solid Ground' five-part series. 

Kristian Matsson, aka The Tallest Man On Earth, said:

"I've been trying to figure out what When The Bird Sees Solid Ground is ever since I started it, and I made a little progress with this song. 'Down In My Heart' happened really late one night while I was playing a finger picking that I'd made myself learn a few years ago." 

Matsson will head to the UK in September for two London shows as part of his European tour. Check below for details.

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

Click here to compare & buy The Tallest Man On Earth Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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