After ten weeks and twenty bands, Movement comes to an end in London.
To mark the occasion, Spencer and Martin decide to put on punk costumes and visit Camden's coolest pub, The Hawley Arms... But didn't that pub burn down a few months ago? And why is Martin dressed like a Franciscan friar?
With its catchy guitar riffs and thumping bass line, Dead Monroe's first exclusive performance for PlayStation, You're No Good For Me, is pure rock 'n' roll. The melody may be fun and upbeat, but the lyrics to this tune tell a darker story. Their second piece, Sweetheart, is a super-fast and super-sweet track dedicated to honey, syrup and sugar. But this tune doesn't celebrate having a sweet tooth: it warns against rotten teeth and a potential heart attack!
Missing Andy is a band with something to say and the talent to make people sit up and listen. Under Pressure is moving tale of domestic violence, all stomping rhythms and hard-edged urban storytelling, which will not disappoint. Also on PlayStation Store is Dance, a cheeky cockney tune designed to get people off their seats and bouncing around in the mosh pit to some truly inspired London lyrics.
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 PS3 and PSP versions of PlayStation Store you will need a Sony Entertainment Network account.
To find out more about Dead Monroe and Missing Andy, or any of the bands featured in Movement, visit psmovement.com.
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