SINNER SINNERS, founded in 2009 by husband-and-wife duo Sam and Steve Thill, have toured worldwide with Refused, The Sonics, Black Flag, Eagles of Death Metal, and Nashville Pussy.
Blending Punk-Inspired Anthems with Classic Rock Influences, SINNER SINNERS is a live band that never makes compromises.
SINNER SINNERS' anticipated forthcoming album is set to be released in 2023, so take this EP as an inside peek at the band's inspiration.
As the band was breaking out on the international scene in 2014, they released a raucous, aggressive album, XI, recorded at Glory Hole in Hollywood, CA and produced by Nic Jodoin (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club). A few of this album's best singles and music videos include 'No Hard Feelings', 'Modern Man', and 'Darkness Forever'.
In 2015, SINNER SINNERS toured all over the world with Eagles of Death Metal and played in Los Angeles at The Roxy Theatre with Refused, marking a turning point in their career.
SINNER SINNERS released Optimism Disorder in 2017, their third album fusing '80s Hardcore with furious '70s Gothic Punk, recorded at the legendary studio Rancho de La Luna in Joshua Tree, California, (Desert Sessions, Queens of the Stone Age, Iggy Pop, Kyuss, Arctic Monkeys…).
As part of Puritanism, a compilation of singles released in 2019 with British label Dissention Records and distributed by The Orchard Music, SINNER SINNERS recorded "Black hearts" and "Bleached out."
While recording their new album, SINNER SINNERS is releasing a special EP, “Hanging On”
, which features 3 cover tracks : the Cure’s “Jumping someone else’s train”, the Supremes “keep me hanging on” and Eddie Floyd’s “big Bird”.
“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”--Steve TillTwitter