In 1990 Neil Hannon started recording and releasing under the name The Divine Comedy. Thirty years and twelve great albums later, Hannon is rightly adjudged one of the finest singer songwriters of his generation. To celebrate, Divine Comedy Records are remastering and reissuing nine of the band’s classic albums. The reissues will be released by Neil Hannon’s own label Divine Comedy Records.

Regeneration was originally released in 2001. Recorded with Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, the album was a more stripped back, guitar-oriented affair, and a big break with their trademark orchestral sound. The Observer said: “Regeneration marks, for Hannon, a personal and musical breakthrough”. Time Out said: “Hannon has finally created an album as complete and deftly wondrous as you suspected he was capable of; every track shines with a love for music.” The Times said “A subtle collection of gorgeous pop songs. Combining the lyrical dexterity of old with some spectacular melodies, this is an album that lives up to the promise of its title”. Key tracks from the album include singles Love What You Do, Bad Ambassador and Perfect Lovesong.