Tuesday July 14, 2020

Albums of the Week

28th August, 2016

The Divine Comedy, Foreverland (Divine Comedy Records)

Just a couple of bars into the opening track on The Divine Comedy’s 11th album and we’re in familiar territory: soaring strings, bookish lyrics and Neil Hannon’s infallible ear for an infectious melody. The Derry man seems to have an endless supply of catchy, clever pop songs careering around his head, occasionally turning on the creative tap to release them into the world....

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