Our favorite Swedish singer-songwriter is back. The Tallest Man On Earth’s third studio album is complete and set for release. There’s No Leaving Now will be out on June 12 (June 11 in the UK) on Dead Oceans.
Select summer tour dates (including New York, London, Stockholm, Amsterdam, and Berlin) have been announced. Check out the albums tracklist and the announced dates after the jump.
There’s No Leaving Now tracklist:
1. To Just Grow Away
2. Revelation Blues
3. Leading Me Now
5. Bright Lanterns
6. There’s No Leaving Now
7. Wind and Walls
8. Little Brother
10. On Every Page
The Tallest Man On Earth tour dates:
05/31/12: Stockholm, Sweden – Sodra Teatern
06/01/12: Stockholm, Sweden – Sodra Teatern
06/20/12: New York, NY – Town Hall
07/03/12: London, UK – Hackney Empire
07/04/12: Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso
07/06/12: Berlin, Germany – Lido
07/29/12: Newport, RI – Newport Folk Festival
08/17/12: Hasselt, Belgium – Pukkelpop
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