In celebration of her critically acclaimed new record Remember Us To Life, out now on Sire/Warner Bros. Records, Regina Spektor’s “Black and White” is premiering at Elle Magazine where it’s hailed as “gently mesmerizing;” view/share it HERE.

Spektor also recently performed for KCRW’s “Morning Becomes Eclectic,” watch and listen to her performance HERE.

Spektor kicks off a month-long North American tour this spring. Beginning in Montreal on March 5, the tour includes stops at a number of storied venues including New York’s Radio City Music Hall, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, the Chicago Theater and the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster and other online ticket retailers; every pair of tickets purchased includes a standard CD or digital version of Remember Us To Life.

See below for a complete list of dates and watch Regina’s tour announcement video HERE.

The new album Remember Us To Life continues to receive extensive critical acclaim:

“Our generation’s Joni Mitchell…has long made a habit of spinning fictional, winding tales into songs that utilize humor and absurdity for the purpose of pointed social commentary. Her new LP is no different.” –Esquire

“A pop eccentric wraps underdog storytelling in brilliant songcraft.”
–Rolling Stone

“[‘Black and White’ is] is a gorgeous, soaring ode to love and heartache.” –NPR Music

“[Remember Us To Life] includes everything from sophisticated piano-powered pop to R&B chants to orchestral arrangements.”–Entertainment Weekly

“‘Bleeding Heart’ is classic Regina Spektor whimsy and a sonic roller coaster, hitting peaks of bubbly pop, cruising through a sudden burst of drum-heavy rock, until it eventually slows down for some effective piano balladry.” –New York Magazine / Vulture

"The Moscow native has spent her life blending genres, and this eclectic seventh LP is no different.” –People

“In many ways it’s classic Spektor, lilting and lovely with percussive twists and glossy pop polish, but ‘Bleeding Heart’ also embraces nimble strings and surprising synths that skip throughout.” –Vice Noisey

“[‘Black and White’] would probably get me even if her high, distinctive voice weren’t seared into my memory from years ago. It’s a beautiful, sad song about really loving someone.” –USA Today

“To be unshaken by Spektor is to be dispassionate towards complex emotions. While the piano keys she so effortlessly plays might well be black and white, her music is as colorful and vibrant as ever.” –Consequence of Sound

“The first singles for Remember Us To Life are packed with Spektor’s signature off-kilter pop.” –A.V. Club

About Regina Spektor
Born in the Soviet Union, Spektor began studying classical piano when she was six. Her family emigrated in 1989, landing in New York City, where she continued her classical training. Spektor eventually studied composition at the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College where she graduated with honors. She began writing pop songs in her late teens and made her recorded debut in 2001 with the self-released 11:11, a collection of songs heavily influenced by jazz and blues. Songs followed in 2002 and Soviet Kitsch in 2004.

Spektor’s commercial breakthrough came in 2006 on her fourth LP, Begin to Hope. The gold-certified album included the singles “On the Radio,” “Better” and “Fidelity,” which climbed the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Spektor’s fifth album, Far released in 2009, and sixth album, What We Saw From the Cheap Seats released in 2012, both debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

Spektor’s songs have appeared in TV shows and movies including Orange Is The New Black, Grey’s Anatomy, Weeds, How I Met Your Mother, Veronica Mars, The Good Wife and (500) Days of Summer. Spektor played for the Obamas and guests at the White House and performed as part of philanthropic campaigns for Tibet, Doctors Without Borders, and many more.

For more information, please contact Samantha Tillman or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.



March 5 /// Montreal, QC /// Metropolis
March 6 /// Providence, RI /// Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
March 8 /// Boston, MA /// Orpheum Theatre
March 9 /// Portland, ME /// State Theatre
March 11 /// New York, NY /// Radio City Music Hall
March 13 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Fillmore
March 14 /// Washington, DC /// DAR Constitution Hall
March 16 /// Atlanta, GA /// The Tabernacle
March 17 /// Charlotte, NC /// The Fillmore
March 20 /// Nashville, TN /// Ryman Auditorium
March 21 /// Columbus, OH /// Express Live!
March 23 /// Detroit, MI /// Fillmore
March 24 /// Chicago, IL /// Chicago Theater
March 26 /// St. Paul, MN /// The Palace
March 29 /// Denver, CO /// Fillmore
March 31 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// The Complex (Rockwell)
April 2 /// Portland, OR /// Keller Auditorium
April 3 /// Seattle, WA /// Paramount theatre
April 5 /// Santa Barbara, CA /// Arlington Theater
April 7 /// Berkeley, CA /// Greek Theatre

April 8 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Dolby Theater

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