Roundhouse, London, 2/11/2006
At the recently reopened Roundhouse in London, Ben Howarth watches the Divine Comedy play a celebratory set to a fanatical audience
Sheffield Uni, 12th March 2000
So the rumours currently circulating in the music press are true. Gone is the double-breasted suit with cravat and all the aristocratic upper-class tomfoolery. This is the all new Neil Hannon - bedecked out in scruffy jeans and a tee shirt. As he lollops
To Die A Virgin (2006)
Nostalgic and dramatic second single from the Divine Comedy's new album, 'Victory for the Comic Muse'
Victory For The Comic Muse (2006)
Impressive and diverse latest album from the Divine Comedy
Diva Lady (2006)
Comeback single from the Divine Comedy, back after a long absence which recalls New Order
In the latest in our 'Re : View' series, in which our writers re-examine albums from the past, Hen Howarth looks at the Divine Comedy's still under-rated second album, 'Promenade', which was originally released in 1994
Condemned to Rock 'n' Roll
In his regular 'Condemned to Rock 'n' Roll' column, Ben Howarth writes of his favourite band the Divine Comedy's first new album in four years, 'Bang Goes the Knighthood'