Regina Spektor names new album and release date plan

Singer says her sixth studio album will come out in May

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Regina Spektor has named her new album and has revealed that it will be released in May next year.

The singer, who has been working on the follow-up to her 2009 fifth album 'Far' with Avenged Sevenfold/Maroon 5 producer Mike Elizondo for the last year, has said that the album will be titled 'What We Saw From The Cheap Seats'.

Spektor confirmed the news in an update on her official Facebook
page Facebook.com/reginaspektor and also said that she hoped to release some teasers from the album soon.

She wrote: "I'm very excited to say that this summer I recorded a new record with Mike Elizondo in L.A. It's been finished for a little while, but I had no idea when it would be out in the world until now. We're trying to get everything ready for it to come out in May (but I will share some stuff before then for sure!). It's called: 'What We Saw From The Cheap Seats'."

Regina Spektor's most recent release was a live album titled 'Live In London', which she put in November 2010. It was recorded live at London's HMV Hammersmith Apollo in December 2009.

You can watch a preview from the album's accompanying DVD by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
Regina Spektor Live at Hammersmith Apollo (Exclusive) Regina Spektor Live at Hammersmith Apollo (Exclusive)
Video: Regina Spektor Live at Hammersmith Apollo (Exclusive)

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