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Tiny Ruins Announces Acoustic Album + Shares Single 'One Million Flowers (Solo)'

Tiny Ruins Announces Acoustic Album + Shares Single 'One Million Flowers (Solo)'

C.C. / Photo credit: Si Moore / Wednesday 28th August, 2019 12:28PM

Hollie Fullbrook, the songwriting force behind Tiny Ruins, has revealed a solo acoustic recording of her project's critically lauded third studio album Olympic Girls will be releasing in late September, aptly titled Olympic Girls Solo. The 2019 Silver Scroll Award finalist has also unveiled the first single from the upcoming collection, 'One Million Flowers', a gorgeous acoustic rendition trading the original's lush instrumentation for the new version's disarming intimacy.

Stream 'One Million Flowers’ below and dive into tour details for Tiny Ruins' rapidly selling out national tour with Milk! Records co-founder Jen Cloher – including new dates added for Wellington, Port Chalmers and a matinee event in Tauranga...

Undertheradar proudly presents...

Tiny Ruins 'Olympic Girls Spring Tour of Aotearoa' w/ Jen Cloher (solo)

Thursday 5th September - Haumoana Hall, Haumoana, Hawkes Bay
Friday 6th September - St. Peter’s Hall, Paekakariki
Saturday 7th September - Khandallah Town Hall, Wellington (sold out)
Sunday 8th September - Khandallah Town Hall, Wellington - new show
Monday 9th September - Secret Show, Ahiaruhe (sold out)
Wednesday 11th September - The Plant, Blenheim (sold out)
Thursday 12th September - Blue Smoke, Christchurch
Friday 13th September - Sherwood, Queenstown
Saturday 14th September - Port Chalmers Town Hall, Port Chalmers (sold out)
sunday 15th September - Port Chalmers Town Hall, Port Chalmers - new show
Thursday 19th September - Nivara Lounge, Hamilton
Friday 20th September - Mt. Eden Memorial Hall, Auckland
Saturday 21st September - The Jam Factory, Tauranga (sold out)
Saturday 22nd September - The Jam Factory, Tauranga, 3pm matinee show - new show
Sunday 22nd September - The Dome, Gisborne

Tickets on sale now via Banished Music

'Olympic Girls Solo’ is out on Friday 27th September via Milk! Records, Ba Da Bing Records & Marathon Artists.


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