Her backing band was Boston alternative rock group Aberdeen City, who also opened along with Dixie Dirt.
In August 2007, Palmer traveled to perform in the Spiegeltent and other venues at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland, and also performed on BBC Two's The Edinburgh Show.
Their full-length album, Evelyn Evelyn was released March 30, 2010, followed by a worldwide tour.
In July 2007, Palmer played three sold-out shows (in Boston, Hoboken, and NYC) in a new "with band" format.
" A companion book of photos of Palmer looking as if she were murdered was released in July 2009.
Titled Who Killed Amanda Palmer a Collection of Photographic Evidence, it featured photography by Kyle Cassidy and stories by Neil Gaiman, as well as lyrics from the album.
"Strength Through Music," a track from Who Killed Amanda Palmer, indirectly references August Strindberg.
She collaborated with Australian theater company, The Danger Ensemble; both again appeared at the Spiegeltent in Melbourne and at other venues around Australia in December 2007.
In June 2008, Palmer established her solo career with two well-received performances with the Boston Pops.