Regina Spektor Announces New Album
Regina Spektor's new album, her sixth, will be titled What We Saw From The Cheap Seats and will be released in May 2012, the singer confirmed last night on her official Facebook page.
It's been two years since Regina Spektor released her 2009 studio album, Far, but have no fear if May seem a long time from now. According to the singer, she hopes to "...share some stuff before then for sure!!!"
She added, "I'm very excited to say this summer I recorded a new record with Mike Elizondo in L.A. It's been finished for a while, but I had no idea when it would be out in the world until now."
However, the singer has kept busy between albums. Last year, she released Live in London, a live album recorded at London's HMV Hammersmith Apollo in December 2009.
Also, Spektor has been working on the music for a modern adaptation of the Grimms' fairy tale Sleeping Beauty titled Beauty with Grey Gardens lyricist Michael Korie that was slated to premiere durign the 2011-2012 Broadway seasion. However, that seems unlikely at the moment.
The Russian-born singer's first album, 11:11, came out ten years ago, but it wasn't until 2004's Soviet Kitsch that Spektor reached commercial success.
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