Former Heavenly artists, Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou return to The Social to launch their new 7'' vinyl, 'We Should've Gone Dancing.'
Having taken a short sabbatical following the birth of their son, the duo are back on the scene with a new album in the pipeline, and launch of their first 7''.
Last time they played The Social, The NME wrote,
'With the soft thrum of their acoustic guitars holding up their angelic vocal narrative, there’s so much harmony in their show that it makes you forget about how discordant everything else is outside of the beautiful world that they have built.'
Now residents of Hastings, this is a rare London appearance for the duo, so not to be missed.
James Burton - A crafter of timeless songs, storyteller and lyrical picture painter. Founder of London's Songwriters' Festival, 'Upstart Crow', held at London's Spitalfields Market.
In 1999 The Social opened in Little Portland Street. The brainchild of a record company whose offshoots included a hugely successful underground club night, The Social was set up with a simple manifesto – to provide great music and better booze to anyone who fancied tripping through the doors.
15 years later and still run by the original team who created it – Heavenly Recordings & The Breakfast Group – the bar is an award winning London institution. Designed back then by a partnership of David Adjaye and Will Russell (now of Pentagram) with the proviso of withstanding nuclear attack or – at the very least – the worst that people could chuck at it, The Social has launched over a million hugely successful hangovers.