Quite adamant that they didn't want to work nine to five, or end up flipping burgers at some junk food joint, the girls decided that the best option would be to start a band.
The only problem with that was that none of them had an instrument, let alone knew how to play one. After making a democratic decision as to who would play what (Kat - guitar; Lucy - bass; Alice - drums), they set about figuring how to play their instruments by listening to their favourite bands (Ramones; Radio Birdman; The Ronettes; Jan & Dean and Mach Pelican).
Next step was to write a song. Starting from the ground up, they set to creating their own brand of Spazzy punk/pop, wearing their influences proudly on their collective sleeves.
Performing live was the last piece of the puzzle and seemingly one of the most difficult pieces. Getting gigs wasn't the problem, however sneaking out of the house and not getting caught by their parents was, as their oldies didn't know they're in a band (they've only just found out)!
Over recent times, Spazzys have been tearing up Melbourne's vibrant live scene with their brash, energetic overdose of three chord power chaos that has seen them become one of the rainy city's best loved bands.
Sweeter than thou harmonies, combined with a furious energy and a truckload of undeniable pop hooks, Spazzys have recently supported The Buzzcocks, The Dwarves; The Datsuns; The D4; the 5,6,7,8's; The Meanies, Rose Tattoo, The Casanova's, The Hard-Ons, Gerling and Blondie.
They are signed with independent label FUR Records and released their debut album Aloha Go Bananas' in late 2004 to critical acclaim. Since then they have played all around Australia, the US and Japan.
Spazzy's have just returned from recording their second album in Los Angeles which will be released late in 2006 - stay tuned!