No Sinner will be returning to Europe in October 2016 to play songs from their new album Old Habits Die Hard which was released on 20th May through Provogue/Mascot Label Group (Joe Bonamassa, Black Stone Cherry, Monster Truck, Beth Hart).
Tues 11th October – LA, Barcelona ITALY – TICKETS
Thurs 13th October – Legend Club, Milan ITALY – TICKETS
Friday 14th October – Nugget, Nuremberg GERMANY – TICKETS
Sun 16th October – Garage, Munich GERMANY – TICKETS
Mon 17th October – MTC, Cologne GERMANY – TICKETS
Tues 18th October – Headcrash, Hamburg GERMANY – TICKETS
Thurs 20th October – Badehaus Szimpla GERMANY – TICKETS
Fri 21/Sat 22 October – Fjord Blues Festival, Sandane NORWAY – TICKETS
Tues 25th October – Borderline, London UK – TICKETS
Weds 26th October – Night & Day, Manchester UK – TICKETS
Thurs 27th October – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow UK – TICKETS
Friday 29th October – Sin E, Dublin IRELAND – EVENT LINK
New album ‘Old Habits Die Hard’ OUT NOW
Provogue/Mascot Label Group
Watch the Tour Trailer below:
Get a FREE DOWNLOAD of ‘Tryin’ (live in Paradiso, Amsterdam) HERE
On Old Habits Die Hard, Colleen is barrelling down the highway, her grip on the throttle, and you better believe you’re going to hear her coming from miles away.
There’s a reason behind the acclaim thats met No Sinner. Classic Rock Magazine called Colleen, “an early contender for ball-breaking warrior princess of 2014″ and followed up calling Old Habits Die Hard “sin-sational” Blues & Soul wrote, “No Sinner are a rare gem of a find.” Their teeth-gritted brand of blues and rock brought the young band to showcases at SXSW, European tours, sessions for Bob Harris on BBC Radio 2 and The Team Rock Classic Rock Magazine Show , club shows followed with Reignwolf, Bass Drum of Death and Monster Truck. They were selected by Amazon as a New and Emerging Artist and both Classic Rock Magazine and The Blues featured then as one of the Artisits to Watch 2014 while Noisey exclaimed the band “oozes sex appeal.” Further plaudits have come in from, Planet Rock, The Blues, Fireworks, Powerplay and Rock Society
No Sinner isn’t Colleen’s first experience in the spotlight either. She pursued acting first, landing supporting roles in Sci-Fi shows such as Stargate SG-1, The Outer Limits, Highlander and Poltergeist: The Legacy as well as major Hollywood films such as Unforgettable, The Story of Us, Boot Camp, Mr Rice’s Secret starring such A-listers as Ray Liotta, Michelle Pfeiffer, Bruce Willis, Mila Kunis and David Bowie. But seizing the spotlight with a microphone never left her mind. It’s why Rennison would hold notes for far too long in music class, why she’d sing in the middle of a soccer field when she was supposed to keep someone from scoring, and why she ended up running away from boarding school and sneaking into open mic nights when she was 15. Now, with all the experiences of the road, tour vans, cheap hotels and a hundred booze stained bars behind them, No Sinner is emerging as a fully realized rock’n’roll band with Colleen fearlessly at the helm.
Old Habits Die Hard was Executively Produced by Ben Kaplan who has worked with artists as diverse as Biffy Clyro, Shakira, Gallows, Rise Against and Atreyu and sees the band comes howling out of the gates. Screaming harmonica over a churning rhythm section set the pace on the track Leadfoot, as Colleen snarls “You are mine. For the taking.” Colleen isn’t afraid to eschew the stereotypes behind being frontwoman either. “Janis Joplin and Etta James are such an easy comparison,” she explains, “but I’m doing Robert Plant up there too. It’s a bit of an androgynous album—a rock ‘n’ roll odyssey through heartbreak and debauchery, good times and bad.”
It’s a theme that runs through the album. Blurring the lines between good and evil, man or woman, saint or sinner. No Sinner uses rock’n’roll to pummel through the walls of societal norms. As Colleen explains “I live and breathe rock ‘n’ roll. It’s a disease to want to push the envelope, to be an enemy to yourself at times, to want so much from the world that sometimes you can’t even stand to be in it. I never really felt like I belonged anywhere, and then I found the people that felt like me, that woke up every morning with a hole in their heart that can only be filled by music.”