The MüVs (moves) are 3 naughty boys with a passion for squashing hooks galore, twisted pop culture rhymes and the sweetest of harmonies into 3 minutes of powerful alternative rock 'n roll.
Lead singer Jonno brought a bag of tunes to a room one day. In the room was a lovely looking set of drums and a charismatic hitter of those very drums called Steve who had an uncanny knack of whacking them really hard when it mattered and laying back at just the right moment. Then in walked another boy called Gary who had a guitar with only 4 strings! Them there strings made some really lovely low notes which worked out just perfect with Jonno's songs.
As it turned out these three boys hadn't met by accident but in fact had already had a little chat on something called myspace on the interweb. Deciding that they liked all the same things (the stones, the fratellis, the roses, the streets, the pub, the fairer sex etc...) they thought it would be well good to do their favourite things together.
After that they all thought it would be fun if other boys and girls were able to dance around while Jonno, Steve & Gary played with their instruments. In fact lots and lots of boys & girls started dancing while they were playing in a nightclub so they went to lots more nightclubs and did lots more singing and dancing.
One day a man from the British Academy of Songwriting gave Jonno a very special award for a song he wrote called 'Chav Song'. After that, important people in suits started to come to the nightclubs and talk to Jonno, Steve & Gary about their songs and one man let them go and sing songs in a big field with more boys and girls than any of The MüVs had ever seen before!
The boys realised that being a pop star was lots of good fun so they did some more more pop star things like recording songs and being in music videos. One of the songs got on a T.V programme called soccer a.m which was really brill for The MüVs because lots of new boys and girls came along to dance to the songs.
Oasis, The Rolling Stones, The Streets, Fratellis, The Jam, The Beatles, The Stones Roses, The Who, The White Stripes, Kings of Leon