Spencer and Martin hit the road again, their next stop for Movement: Milan.
Disaster strikes on the road to Italy and, during another enforced pit stop, Spencer's skills as a mechanic desert him, while Martin's stress levels begin to rise. Unfortunately Martin has a unique approach to dealing with anxiety - it's called being really, really annoying... Finally back on track, the boys meet the first of four Italian groups at the top of a rather steep hill.
First up is Milan based rocksters, Hot Gossip, who have two performances now available on PlayStation Store: Real Mess, a catchy little number that showcases exactly what this powerful trio can do, and Stab City, a track that makes you sit up and take notice, as the band wring every last drop of their punk and new wave sensibilities into a glorious few minutes.
Next is Merci Miss Monroe, performing Damn Damn Damn, a masterclass in modern rock balladry, sure to be an instant hit with fans of Coldplay, Stereophonics and Wheatus, and Gang of Blondes, in which the ever-energetic band members tip their hats to bands like Razorlight and Kings of Leon. With strong guitars, stirring lyrics and great stage presence, Merci Miss Monroe are one of the best young bands Milan, Italy, perhaps even Europe has to offer.
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 Hot Gossip and Merci Miss Monroe, or any of the bands featured in Movement, visit psmovement.com.