Neil Hannon - The Divine Comedy
About Neil Hannon
Edward Neil Anthony Hannon is a Northern Irish singer and songwriter. He is the creator and front man of the chamber pop group The Divine Comedy, and is the band's sole constant member. Hannon wrote the theme tunes for Graham Linehan sitcoms Father Ted and The IT Crowd.
Hannon is founder and mainstay of The Divine Comedy, a band who achieved their biggest commercial success in the mid to late 1990s with the albums Casanova (1996), A Short Album About Love (1997), and Fin de Siècle(1998). Hannon continues to release albums under The Divine Comedy name, the most recent being the critically acclaimed Bang Goes the Knighthood (2010).