The Tallest Man on Earth

There’s No Leaving Now (Dead Oceans)

The Tallest Man on Earth, greatest man on earth, whatever you want to call him, Swedish folk singer Kristian Matsson will be winning over more hearts with his third-album There’s No Leaving Now. While this new album doesn’t vary much from Shallow Grave and The Wild Hunt, there are no complaints here---hell, why fix it when it’s not broken? A little more orchestrated than his first two albums---which isn’t saying much for the Dylan-esque singer-songwriter---the album’s pretty fantastic. But hey, you didn’t need to read this review to know that.

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