Out now: Tiny Ruins – Olympic Girls

Tiny Ruins, originally conceived as the solo project of New Zealand singer-songwriter Hollie Fullbrook, have released their third album Olympic Girls, out now. Catch Tiny Ruins tour Australia this April and May. Tour details below!

A rare blend of eloquent lyrical craft and explorative musicianship, the songs of Tiny Ruins are etched into the memories of crowds and critics worldwide. Traversing influences that cross genre and era, the artistry of Hollie Fullbrook and her band spans delicate folk, lustrous dream pop and ebullient psychedelia.

Olympic Girls was produced by bandmate Tom Healy in the same underground space (Paquin Studios at The Lab in hometown Auckland) as their 2014 album, Brightly Painted One. Whereas Brightly Painted One was recorded in three short weeks, Olympic Girls recordings took place over a year.

It is the culmination of a flourish of spontaneity and experimentation and stridently reaches beyond Fullbrook’s formerly minimalist domain. Olympic Girls is Tiny Ruins’ first release since their 2016 single ‘Dream Wave’, which was recorded and produced by David Lynch and chosen by Lorde for the Hunger Games soundtrack blueprint she curated.

Listen / purchase Olympic Girls: https://tiny-ruins.lnk.to/Buy

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Tiny Ruins – Olympic Girls Australian Tour

Sunday 28th April
Bendigo Autumn Music, Bendigo – Tickets

Thursday 2 May
Howler, Melbourne – Tickets

Saturday 4 May
Jive Bar, Adelaide – Tickets

Wednesday 8 May
Uni Bar, Wollongong – Tickets

Thursday 9 May
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney – Tickets

Friday 10 May
Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane – Tickets

Saturday 11 May
Mojo’s, Fremantle – Tickets

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