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Amanda Palmer

Amanda Palmer
Performing live for her London Kickstarter fans at The Village Underground, Shorditch, London, Great Britain
on 18th June 2012

with guest artists

Hans + Jörg
Princessin Hans

and

Jherek Bischoff

Singer, songwriter, piano-slayer and blogger Amanda Palmer is preparing to release her first new studio album in four years, in conjunction with her new band, The Grand Theft Orchestra, featuring Michael McQuilken, Chad Raines and Jherek Bischoff. The album, recently recorded in Melbourne with producer John Congleton (St. Vincent, Murder By Death, Modest Mouse, Xiu Xiu), will also include a visual art exhibit featuring 30 visual artists who have created work inspired by the album. And true to form, the undisputed queen of fan engagement is turning to her fans for help, launching a new Kickstarter campaign that will enable her to execute the ambitious global release at levels rarely seen by independent artists.

Photograph by Elliott Franks

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Amanda Palmer 19th June 2012
Amanda Palmer <br />
Performing live for her London Kickstarter fans at The Village Underground, Shorditch, London, Great Britain <br />
on 18th June 2012 <br />
<br />
with guest artists <br />
<br />
Hans + Jörg <br />
Princessin Hans <br />
<br />
and <br />
<br />
Jherek Bischoff<br />
<br />
Singer, songwriter, piano-slayer and blogger Amanda Palmer is preparing to release her first new studio album in four years, in conjunction with her new band, The Grand Theft Orchestra, featuring Michael McQuilken, Chad Raines and Jherek Bischoff. The album, recently recorded in Melbourne with producer John Congleton (St. Vincent, Murder By Death, Modest Mouse, Xiu Xiu), will also include a visual art exhibit featuring 30 visual artists who have created work inspired by the album. And true to form, the undisputed queen of fan engagement is turning to her fans for help, launching a new Kickstarter campaign that will enable her to execute the ambitious global release at levels rarely seen by independent artists.<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks