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The Divine Comedy

The Divine Comedy

Recording alter-ego of alt-pop songwriter and musician, Neil Hannon, backed up by a full-band for some recordings and live dates.

Despite being from Northern Ireland, much of his material is termed as 'archetypically English'.

His key songs since 1989 include: "Something For The Weekend", "Becoming More Like Alfie", "Everybody Knows", "National Express", "Gin-Soaked Boy" and his two contributions to the hit TV comedy-series "Father Ted" ("Songs Of Love" adapted as the theme music and "My Lovely Horse").

Albums include 2016's Foreverland.

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