Spencer and Martin head to London to hook up with the remaining four bands in their mission to find the best new music in Europe.
Not even a gruelling ferry crossing can dampen the boys' spirit as they look forward to hitting the English capital. Could Europe's hottest new band have been on their home soil all along? Or will the London scene be a let down? - Unlikely with soloist Bianca Rose and Doll's House opening for London.
First up is Bianca Rose, with two performances now available on PlayStation Store. A London girl through and through, Rainy Nights is Bianca's heartfelt homage to her beloved hometown, while What Will Remain is a message for those who find themselves frustrated and battling against time - just get on and enjoy life!
If chart toppers Girls Aloud hooked up with The Ting Tings to pen the world's catchiest pop-punk anthem, they'd be hard pushed to beat '9988' by Doll's House, while their second performance, I Hate Today, buzzes with punk attitude and, through it all, the London-based Doll's House throw some riotous rock 'n' roll shapes.
Download these exclusive band performances, interviews and road trip episodes by signing into PlayStation Store on your PlayStation 3 or, for PSP owners, by downloading the videos at PlayStation Store (PC).
To access both the PS3 and PSP versions of PlayStation Store you will need a Sony Entertainment Network account.
To find out more about Bianca Rose and Doll's House, or any of the bands featured in Movement, visit psmovement.com.
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