Crazy P, or Crazy Penis to give them their full tabloid baiting moniker, originally formed around the duo of James Baron and Chris Todd in mid Nineties Nottingham.
They rapidly gained the attention of Manchester's Paperecordings record label and began the Crazy P journey proper. Gradually expanded to their current five piece set up due to the demands of live performance, the duo added drummer Mat Klose, bassist Tim Davies and, most significantly, vocalist Daneille Moore. Now a fully fledged, and much in demand, live act the band has taken to stages across Europe and have even found a welcoming enclave of Penis fans down under.
Now set to release their new 'Stop Space Return' album, it sees classy disco diva Moore step up and shine on every track giving the group's upbeat disco house an increasing vocal led edge. No doubt a reflection of Moore's contribution to the live side of things, not least her spotlight commanding stage presence.
As if all that wasn't enough, the various band members boast no less than four side projects between them pointing to the overflowing creativity inherent in these five crazy kids.
Check out their track 'Never Gonna Reach Me', from their 'Stop Space Return', album below -