Night out anyone? Everyone loves a good night out. Except for Mark Francis and Victoria of course. But what were
the boiz and gyals dancing to? Get the full tracklist from the episode below.
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Our musical buddy Andrea (the new Music Consultant for MiC) has chosen her track of the
week: "This week's fav is by a five-piece band from Nottingham, Dog is Dead 'Talk Through The Night' –
the perfect soundtrack for Spencer to flex his pecs to down the gym."
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Previously on... obviously
M83 - Midnight City
XXX Shower action with Spennie and Louise
Fixers - Pink Light
Spouise chill in bed
Portugal. The Man - The Sun
Rosie, Sophia and Millie get phones charged and have lunch
The Presets - Fall
Andy and Louise go on 'not a date' at the book shop
Mammoth Logic - So Much To Lose
Spennie and Liddle Boi work out
Dog Is Dead - Talk Through the Night
Binky and Mummy Felstead chill
Suburban Living - I Don't Fit In
End of Part One
Tall Ships - Chemistry
Mark Francis bemoans builders and clubs
We Are Standard - 07:45 (Bring Me Back Home)
Spennie meets up with his Sexy Agony Aunt
Craft Spells - Burst
Andy and Sophia get their doodle on
Post War Years - Glass House
Cheska gets spanked
Imperial Teen - Runaway
Louise, Rosie and Millie do hats
Jenny Owen Youngs - Love For Long
NIGHT OUT, NIGHT OUT, NIGHT OUT!!!
Sincere - Déjà Vu
MORE NIGHT OUT STUFF!
The 1975 - The City
On in the background of the club
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - Your Love
Clash of the egos - Spencer/Andy arguement time
White Lies - Holy Ghost
End of Part Three
Swans - Lunacy
Sophia watches Francis (try to) skate
Featurecast - Got That Fire
Jamie and Lucy have a 'meeting'
Milagres - Here To Stay
Awkward coffee for Andy and Sophia
Mansions On The Moon - Leaves Fall
Chollie break the Jamie news to Binky
DIIV - Oshin (Subsume)
Louise has a cry at the station
Clock Opera - Glass Eye
Remember Remember - Scottish Widows