Indie Wedding Music: Don’t Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas) | Regina Spektor


what we saw from the cheap seats regina spektor Back in the early days (ahem, early 2010 — waaaay before I posted regular real wedding features), what kept this blog going were the indie rock love song / wedding music posts. And then sometime last year the songs stopped coming (here’s my last post) because I had started learning Nihongo and got totally immersed in all things J-music.

Well, I’m back in twee-and-power-pop-listening shape and I hope to continue sharing fun music that catches my fancy with you much more regularly again!

Today we have a cute, bubble-gummy finger-snapper by Regina Spektor unveiled just a few days ago titled Don’t Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas), a second song from her upcoming album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats. 

Reginaphiles (or Spektorphiles?) should already recognize the tune as it’s a re-recording of Ne Me Quitte Pas, a cover of Jacques Brel’s classic, from her 2002 album Songs. I have to admit that this 2012 version is much more bouncy and catchy! Give it a listen below:

Regina Spektor’s album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats will be released on May 29, 2012 but you can pre-order it from Amazon.

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