Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou are a husband-and-wife team of song-writers and musicians. In 2008 they established a folk club in London, The Lantern Society, which in 2009 also became the home of Lantern Society Radio Hour. Hosted by Trevor Moss, this bimonthly show features live performances, interviews with the artists, and first glimpses of brand new music by The Lantern Players. They decided to become a duo after having released the album Indigo Moss with their band of the same name in 2007. Three singles were released from it, gaining the song-writing partnership much national radio play. Consecutive singles achieved record of the week status on BBC Radio 2’s Radcliffe and Maconie, and Phil Jupitus shows. In 2008 they joined up with Grand Drive’s Danny George Wilson, and his psychedelic country-rock all-star collective, The Champions of the World.