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The Guardian described The Tallest Man on Earth’s critically acclaimed album The Dark Bird is Home as “more than usually opaque”; with lyrics that allude to personal struggles. The recording of the album lent itself to create music that felt raw and meaningful and today we’re happy to share a short film on the process, directed by Dan Huiting and Lauren Josephine.

Recorded in Kristian Matsson’s native Sweden, we get a glimpse of the beautiful backdrop that was integral to the album’s creation, with Matsson poetically narrating in both Swedish and English parts, as well as a peak into the rustic, simple cabin-come-recording studio that birthed the latest album.

(via Dead Oceans)

You can watch the video here: