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Regina Spektor Premieres New Video For “Bleeding Heart”

NPR Music premieres the new video for “Bleeding Heart” from Regina Spektor’s critically acclaimed record Remember Us To Life, out now on Sire/Warner Bros. Records. NPR Music notes “an endearing, beautifully conceived ode to youth and the awkward stumble toward self-discovery and young adulthood.” Watch/share the video HERE.

On November 24 Spektor will be performing at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade; other artists slated to perform include Tony Bennett, De La Soul, Fitz & the Tantrums and Sarah McLachlan. The parade will be televised nationally on NBC beginning at 9 a.m. EST.

Spektor is also set for a full North American tour this spring. Kicking off 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.

Most recently, Spektor appeared on “CBS This Morning Saturday;” watch her performance of “Older and TallerHERE and “Black and WhiteHERE. She also performed her new single “Bleeding Heart” on “The Late Show with Stephen ColbertHERE and “Small Bill$” on “The Late Late Show with James CordenHERE.

Regina Spektor: A Soundstage Special,” an intimate 60-minute concert taped in July at Grainger Studio/WTTW Chicago, is airing now on PBS stations nationwide (check local listings).

REGINA SPEKTOR 2017 TOUR DATES

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 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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