During the summer tour and in several interviews while promoting A Piano, Amos revealed cryptic details about her upcoming album. It has been confirmed that the new album will be called American Doll Posse and was released on May 1, 2007. The first interview in which Amos comments in-depth on her new album was published on the Internet on March 12, on guitarist and journalist Paul Tingen's site. The interview explains much about the thematic nature of the new album and the concepts behind the publicity images. She has stated that she is "jumping ship" with the next record and doing something completely different from her previous work.
Previously, Amos had hinted at a release date of April 2007. It has also been hinted that Amos may bring back both her harpsichord (which she used on Boys for Pele) and Wurlitzer (used on Strange Little Girls and Scarlet's Walk). She has also revealed in a Sound on Sound interview that she has been recording with new microphones and pianos (and will take a new piano on tour), and has also recorded with the Yamaha CS80 synth keyboard for the album. However, it is unconfirmed what the extent of the usage of these instruments will be. Amos will follow the album's release with a new world tour beginning May 28th in Rome with full details on her official website.
The "Posse", a group of girls who are used as a theme of alter-egos in the album, consists of Amos in a number of guises: Santa, Clyde, Isabel, Tori, and Pip. On March 23, 2007, toriamos.com released an audio clip from the artist, stating that each of the characters from American Doll Posse has her own online blog. She urged fans to find them, saying "Happy hunting".
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