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DESPITE a distinct lack of Irish touring around the release of last year's hit album Foreverland, Divine Comedy man Neil Hannon made a point of promising fans here that they'd be "sick of him" by the end of 2017.
True to his word, the Derry-born Co Fermanagh-raised songwriter and performer is hitting the road next week for a five date jaunt around his native land, the first 'proper' Irish tour for his top 10 LP which features newly minted Divine Comedy classics such as How Can You Leave Me On My Own, A Desperate Man, Catherine The Great and Funny Peculiar, the latter a duet with his partner Cathy Davey.
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"And, I dare say that Napoleon will still rear his ugly head at some stage." Will he be sorry to see 'him' go?' "But we were always going to come back to Ireland later on." Indeed, Hannon is looking forward to playing Belfast's Ulster Hall again, a venue he hasn't played for a number of years."And the last time would have been a solo show," he recalls," because I didn't tour with a band for [last album] Bang Goes The Knighthood.So this will be our first full production tour there for a long time." Even with the Foreverland campaign now winding down, the exciting news for Divine Comedy fans is that Hannon has already been working on a new album, tentatively scheduled for release next year – and it's a double.Perhaps he's making up for lost time, given the six year gap between Bang and Foreverland, but one thing is for sure: you won't be hearing any of the new stuff live until the album is done and dusted.
The album also provided Hannon with the perfect excuse to dress up like Napoleon when performing the song Napoleon Complex, a playful tune about short people with big ideas – a bit like the 5ft 6 Divine Comedy leader himself.