Five Thirty were a three-piece rock band from London, UK, briefly popular in the early 1990s. It consisted of Tara Milton (bass), Paul Bassett (guitar, vocals) and Phil Hopper (drums). In 1991 they released their only album, called 'Bed'. The group formed initially in 1985, recording their debut single, "Catcher in the Rye" that year as a two-piece (with Milton and Bassett). It wasn't until 1990 that they added Phil Hopper on drums and signed to Atco/East West. They eked out four minor hit singles and one full-length album in 1990-91, and disbanded in 1992.