Regina Spektor released a video for "All the Rowboats" from her upcoming album What We Saw From the Cheap Seats yesterday. Just like the singer herself, the video is quirky -- an eclectic medley of seemingly disjointed scenes that somehow work really well together.
The epic pop song is accompanied by a range of visuals including a stop-motion ocean, flashing lights and glitter, and a tied and bound Regina. One portion even features a stalled, layered affect, similar to Marcel Duchamp's "Nude Descending a Staircase, No.2."
Regina, beautiful as always, has shed her curly locks for Dallas-style big hair and makeup.
Watch below for Regina Spektor's "All the Rowboats:"
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