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Tiny Ruins

Tiny Ruins began as the pseudonym of Auckland singer/songwriter Hollie Fullbrook, then developed into a four-piece band. Known for their musical exploration and Fullbrook's lyrical craft, they've gained a wider audience with each release  from debut album Some Were Meant for the Sea (2011) to the acclaimed Brightly Painted One (2014) and Olympic Girls (2019). The band are often associated with a generation of Kiwi folk artists who have won recognition overseas – including Nadia Reid and Aldous Harding. Regulars on the Silver Scroll songwriting shortlist, Tiny Ruins won a 2014 NZ Music Award for Best Alternative Album.