Interview: Tiny Ruins

By Guy Somerset In Music

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21st April, 2012
Singer-songwriter Hollie Fullbrook, who records as Tiny Ruins, is back from a tour of Europe. Her debut album, Some Were Meant for Sea, secured her career-enhancing performances on the BBC radio shows of Tom Ravenscroft (John Peel’s son) and Bob Harris and on the Word magazine’s website, plus a four-star review in Mojo. In New Zealand, the album is one of seven finalists for the soon-to-be-announced Taite Music Prize, our equivalent of Britain’s Mercury Prize. The quietly sung and only slightly less quietly spoken Fullbrook is not about to get ahead of herself, ...

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