Regina Spektor Releases New Album, ‘What We Saw From the Cheap Seats’ [VIDEO]
Indie pop artist Regina Spektor released her first studio album in three years today! What We Saw From the Cheap Seats became available on iTunes this morning and is already getting great reviews. One fan commented, “This is the only album I actually stayed up till midnight to buy…” And Rolling Stone magazine has declared that this may be Spektor’s best album yet.
Spektor tweeted this morning: “A very happy record release day to everyone!!!!!!! I’m so glad it’s out and about in the world now!!!!!!!!!” The album includes Spektor’s recently released single, “All The Rowboats.” You can check out the mesmerizing music video for that song below. She is set to tour Europe this summer, beginning in Sweden on June 28.
What We Saw From the Cheap Seats (track listing)
- “Small Town Moon”
- “Oh Marcello”
- “Don’t Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas)”
- “Patron Saint”
- “All The Rowboats”
- “Ballad of a Politician”
- “The Party”
12. “Call Them Brothers feat. Only Son”
13. “The Prayer of François Villon (Molitva)”
14. “Old Jacket (Stariy Pidjak)”