King recruited Malcolm Burn to help with her next album, Dreaming of Revenge, and in December 2007 wrote about it in her blog: "I finished the new album.
Don't get your panties in a tangle, it won't be released until next year, but it's done.
On November 18, 2007, she joined Dave Grohl on stage to perform the track at the O2 arena in London.
Grohl highly praised King's performance: King toured with the Foo Fighters on the Australian leg of the Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace tour.
Recruiting her band that she used from Dreaming of Revenge, King cut five new tracks for her new album.
King began to outline her ideals for her 5th record.
She incorporated fingerstyle "fanning," with both flamenco style percussion and fret tapping techniques, as well as using double open tunings, viola tunings, and traditional Russian guitar (7 strings).
On April 22, 2003, Everybody Loves You was released to positive reviews and feedback on King's skills as a guitarist in relation to her age.
The final total came to fifteen distinct pieces which were then put on display for a one night exhibition at The Littlefield in Brooklyn, during the exhibit, King provided her own contribution by covering her hands in pink paint and performing her song, 'Playing with Pink Noise', leaving the guitar covered in pink finger prints.
While her later work involves more of a band format, Everybody Loves You is King's only fully acoustic guitar album, with the exception of light singing on the hidden bonus track, "The Government." To support the album, King embarked on her first major promotional tour in North America.
After King appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Sony Records offered her a deal with Epic records' Red Ink label.
Dubbed 'The "No Bullshit" Tour', King did smaller shows throughout the US and UK that were specifically focused on acoustic works from her first albums along with stripped-down versions of her newer songs.
After completing her "No Bullshit Tour," King scored work on the independent film How I Got Lost, and started to record her next EP, titled Mexican Teenagers EP.