THE DIVINE COMEDY – LIVE AT HMV BELFAST 6.9.2016

The Divine Comedy, or rather, Neil Hannon from The Divine Comedy popped into HMV in Belfast City Centre to perform an acoustic set to promote the band’s new album Foreverland, which was played on the instore stereo as fans waited for him to appear, a fact noted by Neil Hannon, who remarked that was what the songs should be sounding like, as he entered the, um, stage by placing his coat over a poster of himself.

He lived up to the band’s name on a night that ventured from the divine to the comedic, which saw Hannon commenting on the humidity in Belfast, that this was his favourite type of rain because your umbrella won’t blow about, playing a mixture of old and new songs, changing the lyrics to some of the songs due to there being a family with young children in the front row.

By the way, the new album that was playing in the background as fans waited sounds rather good.

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