A Long Album About Death on The Moon

The Divine Comedy recently released another fine record called Foreverland. It is Mr Hannon's most low-key record, with some tracks reminiscent of default mode Sufjan Stevens. It is as unashamedly and achingly middle class as ever, and treads a fine line between the divine and comedy.  As usual for Divine Comedy singles, Catherine the Great is not the strongest track or representative of the album as a whole, but it manages to stay just on the right side of silly, unlike the irredeemable second single How Can You Leave Me on My Own.

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