No Sinner is a blues-rock trio band based in Vancouver, Canada. The group is led by 26-year-old singer-songwriter Colleen Rennison.
Rennison worked in New York but returned to her hometown of Vancouver to begin writing with former associate, Parker Bossley. She started a rotating back-up band to fill her weekly Thursday night performance at Guilt and Company which was then a club in Vancouver's Gastown district. Among the musicians playing in the band were current bandmates Eric Campbell (guitar) and Ian Browne (drums). No Sinner record their six-track debut album, Boo Hoo Hoo for release in 2012 through the Vancouver-based indie label, First Love Records.
No Sinner later signed with Provogue Records, through which they released Boo Hoo Hoo in North American. Following this debut, No Sinner went on a North American tour where they performed at the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) festival and the WXPN "Triple-A Non-Comm Convention". Their "Non-Comm" performance briefly landed them amongst artists such as Coldplay, Phish, and Jack White for the category of "Annually Most Added" artists to non-commercial radio.
Interviews and press coverage of the band appeared in VICE/Noisey, Indie Shuffle, Classic Rock Magazine, Exclaim!, CBC and others. No Sinner has also played festivals worldwide including the UK Dot to Dot Festival.
Colleen Rennison - vocals
Eric Campbell - guitar and backup vocals
Ian Browne - drums