Tiny Ruins aka Hollie Fullbrook and Hamish Kilgour have just dropped a new video for their beautiful single 'Hurtling Through'.
Created by visual artist Mark Shaw the video hurtles the viewer through a frenetic flip book of nature, industry and some pretty buzzy pyrotechnics.
Hollie Fullbrook first met Kilgour in New York in the late fall of 2013, where they spent a week performing a number of shows together. On the final day of Fullbrook’s stay, they recorded two songs in a basement studio with engineer & producer Gary Olson.
A year later, Fullbrook found herself back in New York after a long stint of touring, and the pair recorded an additional four track. The result is a seven-track EP of varied folk-based, including two W.B. Yeats poems set to music, as well as a field recording of a late-night Brooklyn walk – with Kilgour taking a silver spoon to the railings and lamp-posts of the borough.
Hurtling Through sees Tiny Ruins on acoustic and electric guitars, with her distinctive vocals captured in a raw & natural form. With, Kilgour on drums and an eclectic array of percussion, providing new elements and energy to Fullbrook’s haunting folk songs.
The Hurtling Through EP - out via Flying Nun Records is now available for purchase from the Flying Out store.
View the video here: