The Divine Comedy has released a video for 'Queuejumper,' the lead track from their new album 'Office Politics' which is set for release on June 7th.
Inspired by a near miss on the M4 in Ireland, 'Queuejumper' was described by the Sunday Mirror as "Classic Neil Hannon - a xylophone driven jolly pop tune matched with biting, satirical lyrics. It is ridiculously catchy." The Sunday Times said, "A song whose jauntiness cannot disguise the rage and contempt that fire it." The video was directed by Jack Lightfoot for Blindeye Films and was inspired by music videos of the late '70s and early '80s, using an original Sony BVP3A Video Camera to give an authentic period look.
Check out the video for 'Queuejumper' - BELOW:
The Divine Comedy will play the following UK and Ireland headline tour dates in October. Ticket links can be found at www.thedivinecomedy.com
Sun 6th Dublin, Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Mon 7th Belfast, Ulster Hall
Tue 8th Cork, Opera House
Thu 10th Glasgow, Old Fruitmarket
Fri 11th Birmingham, O2 Institute
Sat 12th Oxford, O2 Academy 1
Mon 14th Bristol, O2 Academy
Tue 15th Leeds, Metropolitan University (Leeds Beckett University)
Wed 16th Brighton, Dome
Thu 17th London, Eventim Apollo
Fri 18th Manchester, Albert Hall
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