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The Divine Comedy is a baroque pop band now based in Dublin, Ireland, fronted by Neil Hannon.

Neil Hannon, Originally from Derry, has been the only ever-present member of the band, being its founder in 1989 when he was joined by John McCullagh and Kevin Traynor. Their first album, the heavily R.E.M.-influenced and now-deleted Fanfare for the Comic Muse, enjoyed little success though. A couple of equally unsuccessful EPs - Timewatch (1991); Europop (1992) - were to follow, with… read more

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  • Avatar for 1000julys
    New album? Interesting.
  • Avatar for XDRory
    The news of a new Divine Comedy album brightens up this gloomy year
  • Avatar for Chrilu
    Their The Smiths cover is just brilliant...
  • Avatar for PopKaa
    i want a collaboration with 3 & 4 era scott walker
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  • Avatar for dBernardoFF
    Allegedly a new album is in the make. #‎thereturnofthedivinecomedy‬ Really exciting news!
  • Avatar for RussellChap
    Unfairly ignored my myself. I should be whipped.
  • Avatar for kaitlinandstuff
    the bio before the read more doesn't provide a promising outlook
  • Avatar for harreh
    Got listening to Casanova twice yesterday and after midway through the second time I released that: 1) Neil sings in a completely different fashion now days as to how does on Cassanova. Ignoring compositional aspects and focusing on tone - sounds almost like a different singer. A lot of the lines are often spoken, there's a lot more attention to pronunciation and the dynamic range is much wider. I'm glad he's still making music but the vocal style is so insanely different. 2) The epic middle in Charge he sings ridiculously low bass part (hey babe. I love when you talk sex to me) - AND the ridiculous high falsetto backing. I always thought it was random background singer - but its definilty him. Must be at least 4 octaves there. Incredible.
  • Avatar for StokesAA
    Reminds me of The Kinks :)

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