With eight days to go before its official release, Regina Spektor has unveiled What We Saw From the Cheap Seats. This is the Russian-American songstress’ sixth full-length, following 2009’s Far, and it’s due out May 29 via Sire/Warner Brothers.
Acclaimed hip-hop/alt-rock producer Mike Elizondo co-produced the album with Spektor herself, who recorded in its 11 songs in L.A. in the summer of 2011. Spektor’s latest is now streaming in its entirety over at NPR First Listen.
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