In support of their summer tour supporting Tori Amos across America, husband and wife duo Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou are releasing the single ‘For A Minute There’, taken from their recent album ‘La Ferme de Fontenaille’
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 (A main billing stage) at last year’s Glastonbury Festival as well as supporting Tori Amos on a six week European tour.
Having earned a reputation for getting off the beaten track with their own 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.
TM&HL’s first duo record, after the break up of their band Indigo Moss, was self-titled and came out in 2010 on independent UK Folk/Americana label Loose Music. The second was entitled ‘Quality First, Last & Forever!’ and released on Heavenly Recordings (Co-op/Universal) in 2011, and their third, self-produced, released and distributed only via independent records stores, courtesy their very own Anglophone Recording Company, gained critical acclaim on it’s UK release in 2012. ‘For a Minute There’ is the first single from that album to be released in the USA.