Published Dec 16, 2011No Sinner are a brand new band made up of a few Vancouver scene vets, including Black Mountain bassist Matt Camirand and Matthew Good skinpounder Ian Browne, though the group stray far from stoner jams and radio rock. Instead, the outfit, led by smoky singer/songwriter Colleen Rennison, trot out the kind of backwoods rhythm & blues that would have roughneck bar patrons lobbing full bottles of MGD around as a compliment.
Filmed all over Vancouver's Waldorf Hotel, "Boo Hoo Hoo" finds the group kickin' into the greasy rocker full tilt from the establishment's cabaret, while Rennison passionately delivers the tune's downtrodden and dire midsection while pounding a bottle of whiskey up on its rooftop.
If the bluesy stomp gets your blood boiling, No Sinner are playing a local show at W2 tonight. A six-song EP is expected to drop sometime in March, along with a seven-inch sporting "Boo Hoo Hoo" on the A-side, with "Love Is a Madness" on the flip.