The Aftershow: Neil Hannon

Andre Paine

After 30 years as the frontman and songwriter behind The Divine Comedy, Neil Hannon has just had his highest-charting studio album with Office Politics. Here, he tells Music Week about Father Ted, his cricketing side project and being censored by Top Of The Pops...

I rather fell on my feet in the early ’90s...

“It just so happened that the music listenership around that time was quite open-minded. Also, it was a weird synchronicity that I ...

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