We last heard from Regina Spektor in 2009, following the release of her previous album, Far. Now, the very talented chanteuse is poised for a comeback with a new LP, What We Saw From The Cheap Seats, scheduled for a late spring release. Her first single, “All The Rowboats” is a dark and moody song with huge production; the piano creates a good amount of tension, adding to the track’s general darkness. With all the quirkiness and thoughtfulness that makes her so great, she sings about art being trapped in a museum: “it’s their own fault for being timeless.” Sounds like we’re in for a treat. Listen below.
Regina Spektor – “All The Rowboats”: