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The Divine Comedy to go on tour

Tuesday, 6th Jul 2010
Tickets to see The Divine Comedy look set to be snapped up after the group announced details of a UK tour.

Neil Hannon and co have just released their brand new album - Bang Goes The Knighthood - and will be supporting it with a series of concerts in Britain later this year.

The group will kick off at the Sage 2 in Newcastle on November 1st, before heading to places such as Glasgow, Bristol, Manchester and Brighton.

Sheffield, Cambridge, Oxford and Aberdeen are also among the destinations to feature on their tour itinerary.

Fans of The Divine Comedy will be sure to be treated to brand new material from the album, such as the singles At The Indie Disco and I Like.

However, ticketholders can also expect to hear hits from throughout the past 15 years, including National Express, Songs of Love and The Pop Singer's Fear of the Pollen Count.

By Jemma Howard

Article filed under: Concert News | Rock and Pop |