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THE TALLEST MAN ON EARTH’S I LOVE YOU. IT’S A FEVER DREAM. OUT APRIL 19

Kristian Matsson, aka The Tallest Man on Earth, is set to release his first album in four years,I Love You. It’s A Fever Dream., April 19 via/through AWAL Recordings. Pitchfork is premiering a track from the new album, “I’m A Stranger Now” listen HERE. Pre-order the record HERE.

Matsson notes of the record he wrote, produced and engineered, “Making the album, I was thinking a lot about the lenses we view our lives through. For some reason, our worst tendencies seem to be carried out so loudly, while our best can go unnoticed. I’ve come to realize that some of the most powerful, most inspiring moments in my life have been the most subtle and that so often the thing that deserves my attention, is trying the least to get it.”

The Tallest Man on Earth will begin a world tour in support of the new record, kicking off April 17 in Durham, NC. See below for a complete list of dates.

THE TALLEST MAN ON EARTH TOUR

April 17

Carolina Theatre of Durham

Durham, NC

April 18

The Orange Peel

Asheville, NC

April 19

Ryman Auditorium

Nashville, TN

April 20

Variety Playhouse

Atlanta, GA

April 23

Moody Theater

Austin, TX

April 24

White Oak Music Hall

Houston, TX

April 26

Granada Theater

Dallas, TX

April 27

ACM @ UCO Perf Lab

Oklahoma City, OK

April 28

Liberty Hall

Lawrence, KS

April 29

Delmar Hall

St. Louis, MO

May 1

The Waiting Room

Omaha, NE

May 2

Englert Civic Theater

Iowa City, IA

May 3

Palace Theatre

St. Paul, MN

May 4

Capitol Theater

Madison, WI

May 6

Royal Oak Music Theatre

Royal Oak, MI

May 7

Buskirk Chumley Theater

Bloomington, IN

May 8

Madison Theater

Covington, KY

May 10

Carnegie Music Hall

Pittsburgh, PA

May 11

Jefferson Theater

Charlottesville, VA

June 2

All Points East

London, UK

June 4

Laeiszhalle

Hamburg, DE

June 5

Tempodrom

Berlin, DE

June 7

E-Werk

Cologne, DE

June 8

Circus Krone

Munich, DE

June 10

DR Koncerthuset

Copenhagen, DK

June 13

Bergenfest

Bergen, NO

June 15

Pipfest

Oslo, NO

Sept 20

Fox Theater

Oakland, CA

Sept 22

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Los Angeles, CA

Sept 25

Mission Ballroom

Denver, CO

Sept 28

Cadillac Palace Theatre

Chicago, IL

Oct 1

The Anthem

Washington, DC

Oct 2

The Met

Philadelphia, PA

Oct 4

Boch Center – The Wang Theatre

Boston, MA

Oct 5

Radio City Music Hall

New York, NY

Oct 31

TivoliVredenburg

Utrecht, NL

Nov 2

Town Hall

 Birmingham, UK

Nov 3

Usher Hall

Edinburgh, UK

Nov 4

Sage

Gateshead, UK

Nov 6

Eventim Apollo

London, UK

Nov 8

Vicar Street

Dublin, IE

Nov 9

The Albert Hall

Manchester, UK

Nov 12

Ancienne Belgique

Brussels, BE

Nov 13

Le Trianon

Paris, FR

Nov 17

Cirkus

Stockholm, SE

Nov 18

Cirkus

Stockholm, SE

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