Blending Punk-Inspired Anthems with Classic Rock Influences, Sinner Sinners is a live band that never makes compromises. The band toured the world extensively, opening for major bands such as Eagles of Death Metal, Refused, The Sonics, Black Flag and Nashville Pussy.
After the successful releases of four full-length albums and two EP’s, the band have announced the release of a very special EP titled 'Hanging On', which they'll release while working on their much anticipated upcoming album.
The new EP delivers three cover tracks that the band have recorded, crossing genres to deliver some unique versions of The Cure’s 'Jumping Someone Else’s Train', The Supremes' 'Keep Me Hanging On', and of course, Eddie Floyd’s 'Big Bird'.
Speaking about the new EP an the upcoming album, Steve Till of the band explained, “As we are working on our next full length, we played around with some covers, and we had the great opportunity to track some songs with the multi-awarded trumpetist Dan Rosenboom and saxophonist Gavin Templeton, so we got to slightly expend on our range and cover some classic soul tunes we’ve always loved.”
Originally from France and the Netherlands, married couple Steve and Sam founded Sinner Sinners in 2009. The band relocated in Los Angeles in 2010 and have been touring on both sides of the Atlantic, sharing the stage with bands such as Black Flag, The Sonics, The Lords of Altamont.
Keep an eye out for Sinner Sinners' new album in 2023, and take this EP as an inside peek at the band's inspiration.
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