Sunday, October 14, 2007
I love you, Regina Spektor.
And I do. Oh, I do. <3
Regina Spektor came to Brandeis last night, and despite standing up for three and a half hours (about an hour and a half of that was just waiting) in an incredibly hot crowded gym with an ominously swinging light above our heads, it rocked. SHE'S SO CUTE, OH MY GOD. She said "thank you :D" every time people clapped, and just sort of grinned when people yelled "REGINA I LOVE YOU."
And there were a couple particularly notable moments:
Two girls in the audience: REGINA WE DROVE SIX HOURS TO SEE YOU!
Regina: :D Thank you! Drive home safely... drink lots of coffee...
Regina: There're so many of you... I think my math teacher's daughter is here?
Girl behind me: *FLIPS OUT, WAVES ARMS* THAT'S ME! THAT'S ME! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!
Regina: *waves* Hiiii :D
And my favorite:
Assholes in the back: *talking during her songs*
Regina: ... *stops* Hey, people who are talking? *as sweet as anything* There are other people who aren't talking. And trying to listen. So shut up. :D
I was a huge Regina fangirl before, but now I'm like. <33333 She sounds great in person, too... such an amazing voice! And she played all my favorite songs, too.
And now, I shall share the Regina love. These are from her two latest albums, Soviet Kitsch and Begin to Hope.
On The Radio
Summer in the City
I highly encourage you to see her in person if she tours near you! ♥
Man, my weekends are so full of stuff lately. New Hampshire last weekend, for one. And this Friday was being social, last night was the concert, and tonight I have to hit a midterm review session before I do the nightly online thing. Next weekend, I am going to stay in, yo.
... well, seeing as I have two essays due next Monday, that won't be hard.