Singer-songwriter Eddy Cantor wasn't always the man behind the tune on 'Man Stroke Woman' on BBC2. No, he was once a TV chef, and before that, a university lecturer, pharmaceutical window-dresser, teletext updater, undercover documentary cameraman and even 'Greek fisherman' in a Boots advert. An extreme case of ADHD had left Eddy floating through disparate careers, blissfully unaware that his true love, writing songs, could provide an anchor capable of holding his attention still. So naturally, he enrolled in Music College......as a harmonica player. Meanwhile, guitar virtuoso Neil Cooper was on the rise. Neil doesn't do 'me me me' solos, just stunning melodies. He was however, going through songwriters quicker than strings, and his effortlessly beautiful music in danger, he felt, of being draped in polyester. When Ying decided he needed a harmonica player, he called Yang, and the rest... was history. Now recording with Kwame Yeboah (Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson), Manchester drum sensation, Mikey Wilson (Texas, Dust Junkies) legendary Jamiroquai bassist, Stuart Zender, TSP have defined their sound. Described as a 'hip new band' by the Daily Mirror when a host of celebrities were spotted at a gig at London's Cobden Club, and picked up for a radio session by Andrea Oliver for her Sony Award winning show The Selector, TSP have now played London's Troubadour, Metro, Bedford, Cobden and two shows at the prestigious Pizza Express Jazz Club which they promptly sold out. While 'Dive' has been a regular on TV and radio, their incredible and now infamous acoustic blues version of Survivor's 'Eye Of The Tiger' has also featured on the BBC3 documentary 'Lord Of The Dance Machine'. Their long-awaited debut album 'Faint Sounds' will also feature gems such as 'Walk Through Love' on which Eddy shares vocal duties with Zero 7 vocalist Sophie Barker, 'Invisible' which features Stuart Zender on vocals, and the title track which features British Soul superstar Terri Walker.