Tiny Ruins – Live @ The Wine Cellar

Tiny Ruins – Live @ The Wine Cellar

Returning to the Wine Cellar after what could only have been a very successful European tour, Hollie Fullbrook aka Tiny Ruins proceeded to draw us in with her signature blend of vibrant folk and informal witticism.

Words and photos by Mitch Treleaven

Tiny RuinsReturning to the Wine Cellar after what could only have been a very successful European tour, Hollie Fullbrook aka Tiny Ruins proceeded to draw us in with her signature blend of vibrant folk and informal witticism. This evening’s performance showcased the broad spectrum of what Tiny Ruins has to offer; new and edgy soundscapes, old familiar tunes and exciting new collaborations with the likes of David Lynch and Hamish Kilgour.

Accompanied by a 5 piece ensemble, Tiny Ruins was equally as captivating as a soloist as well as a band. In some places, the set was tastefully minimalistic, almost bluesy at one point, while elsewhere it would take you on a journey with little snapshots of scenery in the lyrics, crystal clear, and with the same eloquence we’ve long known her for.

Barely fresh off the boat, the troupe will be playing at the Sydney Opera House on Wednesday, so all the best, guys! Totally looking forward to seeing you on tour in the (hopefully) not too distant future!

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