Take this from Nick Cave's song 'Higgs Boson Blues':
She curses the queue at the Zulu. And moves on to Amazonia.
Is there a term for a sentence without a subject, or where the subject is implied from the previous sentence, like
And moves on to Amazonia.
This Quora (https://www.quora.com/In-formal-English-is-it-grammatically-correct-to-use-sentences-without-subjects-as-in-Went-home-late-Ate-biscuits) suggested that imperatives and exclamations often omit the subject, but the above sentence doesn't seem to fit as either of those, as it isn't an direction (like an imperative) or really exclaiming anything.
Is there a term for a sentence that has no subject, or implies the subject from the previous sentence?