NO SINNER will be releasing their highly anticipated new album “Old Habits Die Hard” on 20th May through Provogue/Mascot Label Group.
Boo Hoo Hoo  was a classic debut album from Vancouver’s powerhouse frontwoman COLLEEN RENNISON. It was the young singer’s first endeavor into a rock n roll world. The result of years spent fronting cover bands with players 10 years her senior, writing with more experienced musicians who were always eager to give direction. Boo Hoo Hoo was messy and full of spirit and risk. It was the sound of staggering youth — a life of adventure — of opportunities and hairy risks.
New album “Old Habits Die Hard” was executive Produced by Ben Kaplan who has worked with artists as diverse as Biffy Clyro, Shakira, Gallows, Rise Against and Atreyu and sees the band locomote full-pelt into the limelight… screaming and snarling their way to victory…
Harmonicas yell above churning rhythm sections and set the pace on the track “Leadfoot” as Colleen growls “You are mine. For the taking.” Janis Joplin and Etta James are easy comparisons.
She explains, “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 use rock n roll to biff their way through the walls of social convention. As explained by Colleen, “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.”
Old Habits Die Hard is a more accurate portrayal of where her head is right now. Comparing the new album with Boo Hoo Hoo she explained, “It’s like the difference between your high school grad photo and your first mug shot.”
She brings it all home on the track Saturday Night. “Tell you once babe, I’ll tell you twice, I’ve got more to give than sugar and spice.”