Regina Spektor has announced a new album. Titled Home, Before And After, the project marks Spektor's eighth studio album and her first new LP in six years.
Due out on June 24, Home, Before And After was recorded in upstate New York and produced by Spektor and John Congleton. In a press release, the 10-track project was described as Spektor’s “most quintessentially ‘New York’ [record] in decades.” It will be the follow-up to Spektor's 2016 record Remember Us To Life.
Besides announcing Home, Before And After, Spektor has shared the project's first single, "Becoming All Alone." It is accompanied by a new lyric video. Spektor will perform the track and others from her new album during a special live show at New York’s Carnegie Hall in April. Following that, she will perform a few shows in Utah and Colorado in July. You can find tickets to her live shows via her website.
In related news, Spektor will release a new box set edition of her debut album 11:11 later this year. At that time, the record is expected to become available on streaming services for the first time.
Home, Before And After is now available for pre-order, and can be pre-saved on streaming platforms. You can pre-order/pre-save here.
Watch the lyric video for "Becoming All Alone" below.
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