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Regina Spektor’s highly anticipated new album Home, before and after, is out now. Listen HERE 

Spektor recently performed “Becoming All Alone” from the album on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Watch the performance HERE.

Prior to the album’s release, Spektor shared “Becoming All Alone,” “Loveology” and “Up The Mountain”—which NPR’s Bob Boilen calls “the most striking song I’ve heard in 2022.”

She will be hitting the road on a fall U.S. headline tour, kicking off October 9 in Chicago with stops in 11 cities. See below for a complete list of dates. Tickets on sale now HERE.

Home, before and after is Regina Spektor’s most diverse and sonically adventurous collection of songs yet. Recorded in upstate New York—produced by John Congleton and coproduced by Spektor—the album is Spektor at her most inspired, heralded by “Becoming All Alone,” a surrealist ballad that swells with arrangements and comes alive in the listener’s head.

During the summer of 2019, Spektor completed a successful five-night residency at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, marking her debut on the Great White Way. The Daily Beast called the run “both whimsical and thunderous,” with Gothamist saying Spektor “delights on Broadway with a fun, zany show.”

Her previous album, 2016’s Remember Us To Life, has been the subject of extensive critical praise from the likes of NPR, Entertainment WeeklyNew York MagazinePeople and many more.

Regina Spektor is synonymous with New York City. The Russian-Jewish-American singer, songwriter and pianist got her own Sign on the Bronx Walk of Fame, as well as “Regina Spektor Day,” (June 11, 2019) proclaimed by Mayor Bill DeBlasio. The Grammy Award nominee first saw commercial success with the RIAA Gold-certified LP Begin to Hope which includes the singles “On the Radio,” “Better” and “Samson,” as well as “Fidelity” which climbed the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Spektor’s fifth album, Far (2009), and sixth album, What We Saw From the Cheap Seats (2012), both debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Spektor has performed at The White House as well as on Broadway, “Saturday Night Live” and contributed to many projects spanning film, television, and music including The Hamilton Mixtape.

 Home, before and after 


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

9. Loveology
10. Through A Door