Kayla Sandiford

An American in London. Loosely termed journalist. When I’m not attending gigs or writing about sounds that I love, you can find me making art and fawning over nature.

New Zealand indie-folk group Tiny Ruins announce UK & EU headline tour this September, following the release of last year’s album

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Led by singer-songwriter Hollie Fullbrook, Tiny Ruins will be crossing over from their home of Auckland, New Zealand to embark on their September headline tour. Following the April release of their praised album Ceremony’ via Marathon Artists, the four-piece will be playing ten dates across the UK and Europe, including a show at London’s EartH Theatre on 22 September 2023. 

‘Ceremony’ is out now and can be streamed in full here. It is a follow-up to the group’s 2019 album ‘Olympic Girls‘, and it is a complex collection of songs that seeks to pick apart the deepest matters of human existence through intricate production that is best described as “a musical trust fall.”

Tickets for the tour are available to purchase here.

Listen to ‘Ceremony’ here:

Catch Tiny Ruins at the following:

Komedia, Brighton – 17th September

Hare & Hounds, Birmingham – 18th September

Trades Centre, Hebden Bridge – 21st September

EartH Theatre, London – 22nd September

YES, Manchester – 23rd September

Frannz, Berlin – 25th September

Point Ephemere, Paris – 27th September

Novomax, Quimper – 29th September

Joker’s Pub, Angers – 30th September