- 23 Feb 22
Listen to the new avant-pop single from Regina Spektor below.
Regina Spektor is set to return with her highly anticipated eighth album, Home, before and after – her first major release since 2016's Remember Us to Life. The new LP is set to be released on June 24 via Warner.
Along with the album announcement, the avant-pop artist has shared an atmospheric new single 'Becoming All Alone.' Like the rest of the forthcoming album, the track was co-produced by fellow New Yorker John Congleton.
The leading single begins as a slow piano ballad before erupting into a crescendo of strings and hip hop laced drum lines. In the song's lyrics, Spektor has a conversation with God, asking him "Why doesn't it get better with time?/ I'm becoming all alone again".
Listen to the track in the new lyric video below.
Ahead of the album's release, Spektor will play a show at New York's Carnegie Hall to pay homage to her hometown roots before going a regional tour of the U.S.
In addition to Home, before and after, Spektor will share a re-release of her debut album, 11:11, this year, which will also be made available on streaming platforms for the first time.
Home, before and after full tracklist:
01 Becoming All Alone
02 Up the Mountain
03 One Man’s Prayer
06 What Might Have Been
07 Spacetime Fairytale
10 Through a Door
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