Hollie Fullbrook

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Hollie Fullbrook
GenresIndie rock
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, guitar, Cello
Associated actsTiny Ruins

Hollie Fullbrook is an Auckland-based singer and multi instrumentalist who is the face of Tiny Ruins. She has collaborated with Hamish Kilgour on the Hurtling Through EP.

Background[edit]

Fullbrook was born in 1985 and is originally from Bristol, England.[1] She migrated to New Zealand with her family at the age of 10.[2]

Career[edit]

In later years, she performed under the alias of Tiny Ruins which later expanded to become a full band.[3] She collaborated with Hamish Kilgour and the result of their efforts was the Hurtling Through EP which was released in 2015.[4]

In 2016, Fullbrook teamed up with Kilgour and former Terrorways and Gary Havoc & The Hurricanes[5][6] drummer Gary Hunt for a live rendition of the songs from the Hurtling Through release.[7]

Recordings[edit]

  • For Tiny Ruins recordings see Tiny Ruins discography

Appearances[edit]

  • Carnivorous Plant Society - Carnivorous Plant Society - (no label) - (2014) - Vocals on "Would You Rather" and cello on "A.D.N.D."[8]
  • Calexico – Edge Of The Sun - City Slang Slang 50072DLP - (2015) - Vocals on "Let It Slip Away"[9]
  • Street ChantHauora - Arch Hill Recordings – AHR061, Flying Nun Records – FNLP557 - (2016) - Cello on "My Country"[10]

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