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About Tiny Ruins

New Zealand band Tiny Ruins tap into blues and folk. Formed in 2009, the Auckland-based quartet consists of Hollie Fullbrook (vocals, guitar), Cass Basil (bass), Alexander Freer (drums) and Tom Healy (guitar).

They have released four studio albums, including Some Were Meant for Sea (2011), Brightly Painted One (2014), Olympic Girls (2019) and Ceremony (2023). Their top tracks include “Me at the Museum, You in the Wintergardens”, “Bird in the Thyme” and “Out Of Phase”.

Where can I find out more about Tiny Ruins?

You can find out all the latest news and information about Tiny Ruins by following them on social media, or browsing their official website.




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