"And the stars are projectors, yeah, projecting our lives down to this planet Earth." - Modest Mouse
Australian news correspondents in London report on a new trend amongst the wiley Brits: the mobile nightclub.
It is essentially a twist on flash-mobbing, a trend started by web-savvy New Yorkers in which strangers, guided by Internet instructions, congregate at the same public place to perform a generally random act to the confusion of passers-by.
The latest craze, devised by a pair of London artists, sees people directed to busy rail stations so they can simultaneously don personal stereo headphones and begin dancing to their own soundtrack.
"It's a club, and it's free, and it plays your favourite tunes," a 27-year-old named as Dave told the paper.
"It changes the face of stations and inspires people to dance. It may sound crazy but it's actually quite liberating."
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