It’s been some time since we last got a dose of left-field piano pop from our favorite downtown-NYC-by-way-of-the-Soviet-Union songstress, Regina Spektor.
Spektor has largely been lying low since she dropped her last album, Far, back in 2009. But her hibernation is over, and to celebrate, she’s released a new track, “All the Rowboats.”
According to Spektor’s fancy new website, the song — a tense three-and-a-half minutes that seem to take place in a dark, abandoned wing of the world’s creepiest art museum — will be featured on her upcoming sixth album What We Saw From the Cheap Seats.
The title doesn’t have a release date yet, but in the meantime, you can check out the new cut below (and buy it on iTunes here):
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