A 2-server Private Information Retrieval (PIR) scheme allows a user to retrieve the ith bit of an n-bit database replicated among two non-communicating servers, while not revealing any information about i to either server. In this work we construct a 2-server PIR scheme with total communication cost nO√log log n/log n. This improves over current 2-server protocols which all require Ω(n1/3) communication. Our construction circumvents the n1/3 barrier of Razborov and Yekhanin  which holds for the restricted model of bilinear group-based schemes (covering all previous 2-server schemes). The improvement comes from reducing the number of servers in existing protocols, based on Matching Vector Codes, from 3 or 4 servers to 2. This is achieved by viewing these protocols in an algebraic way (using polynomial interpolation) and extending them using partial derivatives.