The Divine Comedy have announced a number of new tour dates for 2017, including two shows in Northern Ireland.
The band will perform at Londonderry's Millennium Forum on Wednesday, December 6 and Belfast's Ulster Hall on Thursday, December 7.
The National Express hitmakers will also perform at a number of venues in the Republic of Ireland - including Cork Opera House, University Concert Hall in Limerick and Dublin's Olympia Theatre.
Tickets for all the gigs go on sale from Wednesday, May 17 at 9am.
Fronted by Neil Hannon, The Divine Comedy have been producing music since 1989.
Their new album Foreverland was hailed as one of the albums of the year by the critics and debuted at Number 7 in the UK Chart.
The band's latest gig announcements come following a run of sold out shows in 2016 and early 2017.