Movement gets moving as Spencer and Martin's time in Barcelona draws to a close.
Spencer and Martin have a busy day ahead in Barcelona; first they have to meet their third band, Ovni, at the lofty Castell de Montjuïc, then they're back in the city centre for a chat with the final Spanish artists, Pecker. With feelings running high as the European jaunt draws to a close, Spencer can't keep the tears from falling. Will Martin be able to win him round in time for the journey to London?
If razor-sharp guitar riffs and soaring melodies are your thing, prepare to meet your new favourite band, Ovni. Two performances are now available for download from PlayStation Store. Tu Necesidad combines the strong rock of The Killers with the punk-pop energy of Franz Ferdinand, while Flores Secas builds from a haunting instrumental intro into a searing rock piece.
In contrast imagine the sunlit avenues of Barcelona distilled into song form and you'll have some idea what Pecker's Tu Boca Es Espiral sounds like. Trills of spaced-out electronica, a bubbling bass line and gentle acoustic strumming are merged beautifully to form a trip-hop, classic-to-be. Souvenir, their second performance on PlayStation Store, is a wondrous love song of upbeat disco rhythms and breezy synth swirls.
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 Ovni and Pecker, or any of the bands featured in Movement, visit psmovement.com.