Regina Spektor's fans have always obsessed over her song "Loveology". It is the kind of song that really touches your heart. To say that fans have wanted a proper recording of this song would be an understatement. Fans have now been waiting 15 years for a decent recording of the song. Only two recordings of the song exist, both of them are from 2004 & are low-quality fan recordings. A few years ago an online petition was made to encourage Regina to record the song. It got a few thousand signatures
After all these years, here it is, the recording we've all been waiting for.
Regina Spektor performed the song as part of the National Symphony Orchestra’s DECLASSIFIED series, which featured NSO Artistic Advisor Ben Folds joined by Regina Spektor, as well as dancer and choreographer Caleb Teicher.
“There’s no rock band on stage—the NSO is the band,” Folds wrote in a press release. “We play by the orchestra’s rules, placing them in their natural environment, rather than using them to ornament. We create context that gives both the discerning veteran of the Concert Hall as well as the newcomer a musical human experience, drawing a thread between the old and new, never dumbing down a single note.”
Loveology has been locked away in Regina's closet for many years. The song finally receives the attention it deserves with this astounding performance alongside the National Symphony Orchestra. Now, fans around the world have the privilege of hearing the song in all it's glory.