Famous Northern-Ireland band created in 1989, The Divine Comedy is led by songwriter-composer-singer Neil Hannon and is said to go back in the limelight thanks to a new album and a new European tour.
Speaking of the album, it will be available in store this June 7, 2019 so that you can discover “Office Politics”, following “Foreverland” out in 2016. Written, produced and arranged by Neil Hammon, this new album has been recorded in Ireland and in London.
And to honor the release of this new opus, The Divine Comedy goes back on the roads for a European tour including 17 dates. In addition to Portugal, Spain, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, the band also expects to stop by France for not less than five concerts.
The celebration is said to kick off on October 20, 2019 with a show planned at the Théâtre de Roubaix. The Divine Comedy will then perform at Paris Salle Pleyel on Monday October 28, 2019, then Nantes Stereolux on October 29, Brest Carène on October 30 and Bordeaux Rocher de Palmer on November 1.
No need to say that fans will be there so, you better not forget that tickets are available starting Friday May 10, 2019 at 10 a.m. (GMT+1).
In the meantime, we leave you to it with the single “Queuejumper”:
On 28 October 2019
Starts at 8 p.m.
252, rue du faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris 8
à partir de: 33 €