Ruby Fields

Ruby Fields, an Australian singer-songwriter, has been in the public eye since 2017. With a string of successful singles and EPs, she established herself as a rebellious and unique artist with her debut album, “Been Doin’ It For A Bit,” released in 2021. The album debuted at #1 on the ARIA Top 50 Albums chart, validating her five years of hard work, starting with her 2017 single “I Want,” which received praise and support from Triple j.

Ruby’s breakthrough hit came with the release of “Dinosaurs” in 2018, which reached #9 in Triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2018 and achieved ARIA Platinum accreditation. This success led to a sold-out Australian headline tour and prominent performances at festivals like Splendour in the Grass and Laneway Festival.

Before the album’s release, Ruby made an impact with the single “Pretty Grim,” which landed at #61 in the Hottest 100 of 2020. The album’s standout track, “Kitchen,” celebrated friendship and resonated with audiences, ranking at #58 in Triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2021 and creating memorable sing-alongs during Ruby’s album launch tour.

Ruby Fields collaborated with her close friends, Adam Newling (guitarist), Tas Wilson (bass player), and Patrick Rogers (drummer), on “Been Doin’ It For A Bit.” The album, recorded in Waiuku, New Zealand, and completed in Byron Bay, is a testament to Ruby’s journey of self-discovery and embracing imperfections.

At 24 years old, Ruby Fields is a Platinum-selling, chart-topping artist, receiving critical acclaim worldwide. In 2022, she graced the cover of SATURNE Magazine in France and will be featured in the upcoming Paramount+ film, “6 Festivals,” the first Australian movie produced by the studio.

Ruby continues to evolve as an artist and person, learning from her experiences and striving to be a better individual. Her music reflects this growth, and she is excited to share her authentic self with the world.

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