September 8, 2016


Regina Spektor's New Song 'Black and White' Is Easy Peasy

Regina Spektor is set to release Remember Us to Life later this month, and on Thursday we got a new offering from her seventh studio album.

"Black and White" is a sweet and simple ballad, turning from the signature quirky-yet-dark tone she takes on the previously heard "Small Bill$."

“Sad, sad eyes / Know too much,” she sings somberly on the piano ballad. “You will always / Start to cry / Why should I wait for tomorrow?” The tempo is slower than sap and a cello takes over half way through, all the while Spektor working introspectively, as if singing a lullaby to her former self.

Here's "Small Bill$" below: