Hollie Fullbrook and band perform songs from their critically acclaimed album Brightly Painted One at the Crystal Palace, a disused movie theatre on Auckland's Mt Eden Road.
When Tiny Ruins performed at the Crystal Palace – a disused movie theatre on Auckland's Mt Eden Road, in June 2014, the queue went 'round the block.
They were performing songs from the critically acclaimed album Brightly Painted One.
The four-piece was created by principal singer-songwriter Hollie Fullbrook. Tiny Ruins are Hollie, Cass Basil (bass), Alexander Freer (drums) and Tom Healy (guitar).
For this special one-off performance, they're joined by Finn Scholes playing trumpet and a selection of keyboards (which are as old as the venue), and Siobhanne Thompson on Violin, baby trumpet and vibraphone.
The band perform songs from their two albums, Some Were meant For Sea, and the 2014 NZ Music Award winning Best Alternative Album, Brightly Painted One.
Radio New Zealand engineer Andre Upston was on deck to capture the performance, ensuring RNZ Music listeners a front row seat.
Thanks to Rachel Yielder, Ben Howe and Under The Radar for the photos
Artist: Tiny Ruins
Songs: Carriages / Reasonable Man / Death of a Russian / Little Notes / You've Got the Kind of Nerve I Like / Night Owl / Old as the Hills / She'll Be Coming Round / Adelphi Apartments / White Sheet Lightning (all songs composed H.Fullbrook)