Pretty Boy Floyd to release “true” follow up to debut album via Frontiers Records

Pretty Boy Floyd to release “true” follow up to debut album via Frontiers Records

Singer Steve Summers of the glam metal band Pretty Boy Floyd has announced that the group’s “true” follow up album to its debut album Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz will be released via Frontiers Records.

The following announcement was made on Summers‘ Facebook account yesterday (with slight edits):

Pretty Boy Floyd photo 2Pretty Boy Floyd in proud to announce that our true follow up to the Billboard top 200 record and Glam Sleaze underground sensation around the world Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz wll be put on on Frontier Records. We are truly excited for this brand new release and if you enjoyed Leather Boyz and some of our other releases, eps, demo records, tributes, etc, this will blow you away. More news and show dates announced shortly. For new merchandise packages check out links in comments. We just put up a Kristy Majors package as well as a Kiss of Death clear Vinyl pack. Have a great weekend.

Wikipedia describes Pretty Boy Floyd‘s early days as follows:

“After rehearsing and playing a few shows on the sunset strip, Pretty Boy Floyd got their big break at MCA Records. Their debut album named Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz was released in 1989 and produced by producer Howard Benson.

Two singles, and accompanying promotional videos were released from the album; “Rock and Roll (Is Gonna Set the Night on Fire)” and “I Wanna Be With You”, which gained rotation on MTV. They were also having success in Europe at the time, by being the cover subject of hard rock magazine Kerrang! on December 16, 1989.

Pretty Boy Floyd became embroiled in a dispute over the copyright of their band name, with a Canadian band also called Pretty Boy Floyd. The Canadian group released their debut Bullets and Lipstik the same year, but after a negotiated settlement agreed to surrender use of the name.

Their music featured on two movie soundtracks, first the demo version of “48 Hours” was included on the 1989 The Karate Kid, Part III film. Two years later the previously unreleased “Slam Dunk” was released on the Ellen Barkin movie Switch soundtrack. However, by that time MCA Records had dropped the band.”

Pretty Boy Floyd‘s “Rock And Roll (Is Gonna Set The Night On Fire)” video:

PRETTY BOY FLOYD “ROCK N’ ROLL (IS GONNA SET THE NIGHT ON FIRE” OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO

PRETTY BOY FLOYD- ROCK N’ ROLL (IS GONNA SET THE NIGHT ON FIRE) -OFFICIAL UNEDITED VERSION VIDEO FROM THE ALBUM “LEATHER BOYZ WITH ELECTRIC TOYZ” http://kristymajors.com/ http://prettyboyfloydband.com/