“Do you know how hot arrows are?” said Regina Spektor. “I'm like someone who wants a new experience.
I really enjoy working in a new way of working with new people. New things are born with it.
Everything about color by numbers is a big scare for me. That's not the way I want to make art. ”
However, the process of making his eighth studio album, Home, Before and After, was probably no more than a Russian-born singer/songwriter,
the Bronx who signed up. The recording programs of the famous Electric Ladyland studios in New York City in Spring 2020
were hit by the epidemic, but after leaving with his family in Woodstock, Spectator and co-producer John Congleton
like many of us - set up the app remotely. ; involved, among other things, sessions with a Macedonian orchestra
("At the time of recording them," he notes, "it was 3 o'clock in the morning for John in L.A., it was 6 o'clock in the morning for me,