Saints & Sinners is the second studio album by British-Canadian girl group All Saints. It was released three years after their debut album, All Saints. Promo copies of the track "Surrender" were circulating from early January 2001, indicating it would have been the fourth proper single from the album had the group not disbanded soon after the album's release. The album charted at number one in the UK, their only album to do so. Three tracks on the album were produced by William Orbit, best known for his work with Madonna on her Ray of Light album. The album received mixed reviews from music critics, praising the singles and the new direction of music, while some felt it was too similar to the Spice Girls and Madonna's album Ray of Light.