On 3 February 2006, My Passion played their first live date under their new name at Simon Price's London goth nightclub, Stay Beautiful. Throughout 2006, My Passion toured and promoted their releases, Make Me Butterfly which is one of Shard's last songs, Bitter Too and Winter For Lovers. The former two had physical CD releases and the latter was available for digital download only. Stylistically, the songs represented an up-tempo and more hard-edged departure from Shard's 2004 album InPerfection, and the earliest My Passion demos, \"Modern Way To Madness\" and \"One Joy Kid\", though still used the soft-edged and sometimes ethereal synth textures that made them a popular act with the glam crowd at Stay Beautiful. One new track played live on the 2006 tours was The Fabulous Blood Disco, the title of which became somewhat of a tag-line for the band, being printed on merchandise and used by singer Laurence onstage to describe the band and the live experience. A demo was recorded and although never released officially, some fans claim to have heard it or been played it by the band. This track was also re-recorded for the album. Towards the end of the year, My Passion debuted songs \"Hot In The Dolls House\" and \"Last Day In Paradise\". The former, which would become the A-Side to the next single, was recorded and co-produced by David Ryder-Prangley and had low budget video shot for it which was shown in TopShop's flagship store on Oxford Street, London. The year culminated in a second, celebratory performance at Stay Beautiful on New Year's Eve.
The band went into the studio in April to record these songs into their follow-up to Corporate Flesh Party. The album, entitled Inside This Machine, is currently being mixed by producer John Mitchell and is planned for release in September,[when?] as confirmed by René at Slam Dunk Festival in May.My Passion announced a UK headlining tour, the \"Inside This Machine Tour\", in October 2010 to coincide with the album's release. Songs from My Passion's recently announced second album include \"The Girl Who Lost Her Smile\" and \"Asleep In The Asylum\", which have been played at live shows since October 2009, 'The Mess We Made Of Our Lives' which has been played since the 2010 European Wake Up The Sleepers tour with Kill Hannah. 'Seven Birds', 'In My Fever' and \"My Confession\" were revealed in the 17 April issue of Kerrang! magazine. \"In My Fever\" was played by Daniel P. Carter on his Radio 1 Rock Show and Seven Birds was released as a free download via the band's website in July.