Tiny Ruins Displays Sweet Innocence On ‘How Much’

It's a twilight indie pop jammer...

Tiny Ruins are sometimes many, sometimes few.

The line up can fluctuate from show to show, but it always leans on the curious imagination of Auckland's Hollie Fullbrook.

New song 'How Much' has a sweet sense of innocence, a twilight piece of pared down indie pop.

The visuals are something special too. Film maker Charlotte Evans experiments by shooting through textured glass and using theatre spotlighting, while the opening and closing shots were prompted by Hollie's memorably surreal experience of watching a Neil Young video at David Lynch’s home cinema.

Something special, you can check it out below.

Photo Credit: Georgie Craw

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