This March husband-and-wife duo Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou take a break from working on their fourth studio album to venture out on the road with a week-long café tour.
Described by the NME as having ‘Fairport Conventions’s folk with Fleetwood Mac’s pop sensibilities’ and championed by the likes of Bob Harris and John Kennedy, the pair have enjoyed a busy 18 months of shows, with highlights including playing the Acoustic Stage at last year’s Glastonbury and The Arc at Larmer Tree festival.
Having earned a reputation for getting off the beaten track with their tours of tin tabernacles, village halls, social clubs and even by canal boat, the couple have supported a host of musicians, from Damon Albarn, Richard Thompson and Beth Orton, to Ade Edmondson’s Bad Shepherds, Loudon Wainwright and legendary producer Ethan Johns. Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou will be joined by infamous Swedish singer-songwriter Benjamin Folke Thomas. They will be at the Baker Mamonova Gallery cafe in Norman Road, St Leonards, on March 13. For more information and tickets visit www.trevormossandhannahlou.com.