Yesterday evening, Vanilla Ninja attended the Estonian TV show “Ringvaade”. Lenna, Katrin and Piret visited the studio in Tallinn, while Triinu joined them from Switzerland via video call. They answered some questions during a short interview and shared a sneak peek of the new video for “No Regrets”. While “Gotta Get it Right” had a style similar to the previous Vanilla Ninja songs, “No Regrets” is a real revelation. The track itself is a surprise for the fans as it’s folk-influenced, with Lenna playing the violin. She also sings most of it, with only a short part being performed by Triinu.

Today at 8 a.m. (CET) the “No Regrets” video premiered online. It was directed by Oliver Sommer and shot near Berlin in May 2021. Part of the video is set in a rapeseed field, while the other takes place in the Schönow Castle. Watch it below:


The girls shared their thoughts about the song on Instagram.

Lenna: “No regrets” tells a story..and this is my very favourite track we did for Vanilla Ninja’s new album.i know it sounds very different but I Hope you like it as much as we do.It was a lot of fun to do 💚love and light to all of you ✨

Piret: Vanilla Ninja’s brand new track “No Regrets” is finally here!! 🌼🐝💛🥷I am really digging that one AND it’s totally different from what we’ve done before.

“No Regrets” is now available for digital download and streaming. For more information, check
The album “Encore” premieres on October 8th.


Since I was a little girl
They said don’t leave your little world behind
It ain’t safe
Your heart gets broken on the way
But shards of hearts they light the day and so
I won’t stay

No right
No wrong
It’s all about you
It’s all about you

I have no regrets
I’m standing on my ground
And the colors that I show
Change within me as I grow, they do
I have no regrets
While thinking just of you
All the troubles that I’ve known
Paint the colors as I go, they do

Hey little girl you talk too much
Go stand in line and cover up your truth
You stay tamed
Dreaming big is just for fools
They said to me but I refuse to lose
Oh myself

© David Brandes, Piret Järvis, Lenna Kuurmaa