Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou came from Indigo Moss who were an alternative, rock and roll, bluegrass band based in London, England. The band were signed to Butterfly Records, a label owned by the super producer Martin Glover (commonly known as Youth) and Simon Tong (former member of the band The Verve, The Shining and current member of super group The Good, the Bad and the Queen and folk group Carnival).
Their first single - 'Start Over Again' was released 27 November 2006 on Butterfly Recordings. This was followed by the single 'Dang Nabitt' on the 4 April 2007 and the eponymous debut album on 9 April 2007.
The album garnered much critical acclaim with The Times calling it "joyeous" and giving it 4 out of 5 stars (6th April 2007). The NME said "They mix traditional Brit folk with early rock and then add a twist of bluegrass" (17th February 2007, whilst Uncut called it "A curious clash of cultures that doubtless attracted the attention of Damon Albarn. They're much more than just another Americana outfit" (4/5 Stars - March 2007). Mojo said that "A feeling for melody and harmony pulls the band beyond their influences" (4/5 Stars - May 2007).
In mid-2007 the line-up of the band changed dramatically, with Simon Moss, Lil' Daisy and 'B' leaving to pursue other interests. Rhythm section duo Andy Bruce and Alex Walker were brought in for live shows in early 2008. By June 2008, founder members Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou had ditched the Indigo Moss name to work as a duo.
Taken from the debut eponymous album by Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou released 15th February 2010 on Loose Music.
'Concorde' written and performed by Trevor Moss & Hannah-lou featuring Romeo Stodart (Magic Numbers) on piano bass and Robin Bennett (Goldrush/Dust and the Dreaming Spires) on flute. Produced by Danny George Wilson (Danny and The Champions of the World/Grand Drive), Romeo Stodart, TM&HL.
Recorded at Magic Numbers Studio, London and Truck Studios, Steventon.
Also from the debut album. 'Allotment Song' written and performed by Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou.
Video directed and produced by Trevor Moss.
Additional camera work by Ben Folke Thomas and Sophie Griffiths.