The Tallest Man on Earth returns with another album of achingly moving, emotionally enigmatic songs. On "1904", the early single from the Tallest Man on Earth's third LP, There's No Leaving Now, Kristian Matsson's grit-flecked tenor warbles on about a mysterious event that "shook the Earth in 1904." What could the event be? Here are a few likely candidates. On January 16, 1904, the first major bodybuilding competition in the U.S. was held at Madison Square Garden. On May 21st, FIFA was founded. James Joyce met Nora Barnacle on June...
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