Regina Spektor Shares “Becoming All Alone”; New Album ‘Home, before and after’ Coming in June

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On June 24, beloved singer/songwriter Regina Spektor will release her eighth studio album, Home, before and after, via Warner Records.

The news was officially announced by Spektor on Tuesday, and is being billed as her “most quintessentially ‘New York'” record in years. It was recorded in upstate New York and co-produced by Spektor and John Congleton.

It was previewed with “Becoming All Alone,” the first track shared from the record. Key lyrics:

Let the ones who want it bad
Get all the things that make them better
Let the ones who don’t care feel a thrill
And I just want to ride
But this whole world
It makes me carsick
Stop the meter sir
You have a heart
Why don’t you use it

The new album track listing:

1. Becoming All Alone
2. Up The Mountain
3. One Man’s Prayer
4. Raindrops
5. SugarMan
6. What Might Have Been
7. Spacetime Fairytale
8. Coin

Home, before and after follows 2016’s Remember Us to Life in Spektor’s heralded catalog of original music.

She has a handful of tour dates coming up, as well:

April 11—Carnegie Hall—New York, NY
July 6—Sandy Amphitheater—Salt Lake City, UT
July 8—Villar PAC—Aspen, CO
July 9—Paramount Theater—Denver, CO
July 10—Red Rocks Amphitheatre—Morrison, CO

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