NEW PUBLISHING CATALOGUE - NEIL HANNON (THE DIVINE COMEDY)

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'Casanova', 'Promenade', 'Liberation' and 'A Short Album About Love'
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The Divine Comedy is the alias for Neil Hannon, a British pop singer/songwriter with aspirations of becoming a new wave fusion of Scott Walker, Morrissey, and Electric Light Orchestra. During the early '90s, he built up a strong cult following with a pair of idiosyncratic, critically acclaimed records before his third album, Casanova, became a mainstream success. "Becoming More Like Alfie" and "Something for the Weekend," both pulled from Casanova, became hits after receiving significant airplay from Radio 1, and the Divine Comedy moved from British indie rock favorites to a minor mainstream cult in their own right.

The Divine Comedy were formed in Londonderry, Ireland, by Neil Hannon who provided vocals, guitar and the lion's share of song-writing. Inspired by R.E.M., the band started as a trio and released an EP, Fanfare for the Comic Muse, in the spring of 1990. In 1991, the group released the EP Timewatch and it was the following year, which saw the group relocate to London, where they regularly supported Suede on club gigs. Produced by Edwyn Collins, the EP Europop was released later in 1992.

Following Europop, the Divine Comedy fell apart, and Hannon went back to Londonderry, where he began to write songs again. In 1993, the album Liberation was released to positive reviews. Promenade followed in 1994, again to positive reviews throughout the U.K. music press; it appeared on year-end lists from NME, Melody Maker, and Q, among others. Released early in 1996, Casanova was greeted with enthusiastic reviews and it slowly began to build an audience. "Something for the Weekend" became a staple on UK national radio. When it was released as a single a month later, "Something for the Weekend" entered the charts at 14. Soon, Hannon was appearing not only on the cover of Melody Maker, but there were articles about him throughout mainstream press, from The Guardian to Just Seventeen.

Released to coincide with Valentine's Day 1997, A Short Album About Love was greeted with positive reviews and the strongest initial sales of any Divine Comedy record to date.

In 1999, the Divine Comedy celebrated ten years. The release of A Secret History marked the occasion, but Hannon had his hand in other projects. He contributed vocals to Tom Jones' Reload as well as Ute Lemper's album Punishing Kiss. A new deal surfaced at the dawning of the new millennium and Hannon headed into the studio with producer Nigel Godrich. This resulted in their very last album Regeneration in 2001. 

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Simple Water Boost Skincare Global Ad Campaign

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Curating collections of year on year music videos, Domino invite you to idulge in past, present and future Domino music videos and join us in praising the brilliant directors and producers for their inspiring creations. Domino will be posting regular polls until 6th January 2018 - the start of the London Short Film Festival. More news on this to be announced... 

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Best buddies, LSFF and Domino, have spent more than the past 15 years creating, curating and sharing an alternative point of view. In this time, Domino has created a wealth of music videos from directors such as Saam Farahmand, Kathryn Ferguson, Rollo Jackson, Shyola and by Luke & Joseph.

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THE RANGE 'REMIXES EP' OUT 17TH NOVEMBER 2017 (DOMINO ALL-IN)

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The Range 'Remixes EP'
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The Range – Remixes EP will be out Friday, November 17th via Domino Records. The 4-track EP features a collection of new and unheard remixes of tracks from The Range’s With You / New Lots release, and his Domino debut Potential. Shared today is the Yaeji remix of “With You”, the collaboration between The Range and producer Jim E. Stack. Watch above.

The bundle features a new mix by Yaeji, the on-the-rise Korean-American producer and singer, who has released a string of underground house music singles this past year and has a new EP out now. The bundle also features a sleek and stylised remix by the French producer D.K. aka 45 ACP (Antinote / L.I.E.S.) and a driving and deep techno remix of Potential track “Florida" by Copenhagen's Kenton Slash Demon (Future Classic). James also contributes his own rework of “New Lots” that twists and pulls the vocal sample into interesting new sonic territory.

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