The chamber pop band from Northern Ireland is touring Europe to introduce their latest record, Foreverland.
The Divine Comedy is an Irish indie and rock band formed in 1988. Led by Neil Hannon (Derry, Northern Ireland, 1970), the group have been around for 25 years, performing in many different countries. In September they’re launching a new album, Foreverland, and to celebrate the release they’re embarking on a four-month tour that will bring them to the main cities in Europe.
Considered as one of the most gifted composers in the UK, Neil Hannon is also a powerful singer and a fine entertainer. This mix turns the band’s concerts into events no fan wants to miss.
Having performed with the likes of Michael Nyman and Tom Jones, among many other top artists, Hannon has composed songs for TV shows and made contributions to musical theatre, as in the version of Arthur Ransome’s Swallows and Amazons which premiered at the Bristol Old Vic.
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