Former Deptford market traders set to make Jason Statham pop sensation.
Out 1st of June on iTunes
Having been described as the sound of Chas ‘n’ Dave having sex with Kraftwerk , former Deptford market traders ,’ Men With Ven’ are set to reach for the top of the pop charts when they release their homage to action superstar Jason Statham at the end of the month. The song was inspired by a big night out in some local hostelries in the area when it became clear just how important the ‘Stathameister ‘ was to the local male population as David Barratt from the band explains -
‘A few weeks ago we found ourselves back in the neighbourhood at the Birds Nest. After a couple of beers Carl had the bright idea of conducting an informal survey in the pub asking, who was the greatest British Actor of the last 50 years? We were pleased and surprised that the most popular choice that evening was the king of market-stall and marshall arts - Jason Statham. Carl was intrigued but not completely convinced that this was a fair representation of the voice of the people and so conducted some further research in the area. In all, after getting over 350 responses, he found that Statham was more popular than Michael Caine , Sean Connery and Sir Laurence Olivier put together.’
The next step is to make sure Jason knows about the release and this is the challenge with his new movie ‘SPY’ on the horizon , it is now down to the Men with Ven to do all they can to set up a meeting with the movie icon, they have numerous plans in the pipeline from flashmobs to lookalikes but all the guys really want is the thumbs up from the man himself, they have therefore put together a tribute video with which they intend to reach out and attract his attention and from there who knows ! maybe even get him to appear in the real video and truly help Mr.Statham to hit the pop charts and the movie box office charts at the same time.
Check out the video: https://vimeo.com/90324456
Check out the story to “Jason Statham” by Men With Ven here:
June 4 Armoury Pub, Putney
June 5: Birds Nest, Deptford
June 12: The Labour Club, Whitstable
July 4: Hutstock, Whitstable