Pretty Boy Floyd were a pop-metal quartet on the glammier end of the spectrum, consisting of singer Steve Summers, guitarist Kristy Majors, bassist Vinnie Chas, and drummer Karl Kane.
The group's debut album, Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz, was released in 1989, but did not manage to crack Billboard's Top 100 albums chart, and Pretty Boy Floyd soon found themselves without a label, disbanding shortly thereafter. However, the group reunited in the late '90s, issuing an EP titled A Tale of Sex, Designer Drugs, and the Death of Rock n' Roll in 1999; later in the year, their second full-length album, Porn Stars, was released by Cleopatra
. After a lengthy hiatus, the group re-emerged in 2004 with Size Really Does Matter on the Deadline
imprint. In 2017, after a long period of relative inactivity that saw bandmembers working in or on other projects, Pretty Boy Floyd inked a deal with Frontiers Records
and released Public Enemies, which guitarist Majors described as the true follow-up to their 1989 debut. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi