Tiny Ruins (Hollie Fullbrook) and Hamish Kilgour (The Clean) have released a new video from their fruitful pairing, the EP Hurtling Through, which was released late 2015 of Flying Nun/Bella Union/Spunk.
Quite the visual metaphor, director Mark Shaw hurtles the viewer through a frenetic flip book of nature, industry and beautiful pyrotechnics.
Hollie and Hamish first met in New York City 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 in New York, they recorded two songs in a basement studio with engineer & producer Gary Olson. A year later, Fullbrook was back in New York after a long stint of touring, and the pair recorded an additional four tracks, again with Olson. The result is a seven-track EP of folk-based songs. The record includes two W.B. Yeats poems set to music, as well as a field recording of a late-night Brooklyn walk - with percussionist Kilgour taking a silver spoon to the railings and lamp-posts of the borough.
Tiny Ruins and Hamish Kilgour recently completed a 14 date European tour and Tiny Ruins also just released a single collaboration with David Lynch, called Dream Wave.