Rilo Kiley Album: Band Says It May Return With Nearly Finished 'Record'

Jenny Lewis and the rest of Rilo Kiley called it semi-quits in 2010, but a new post on the band's Facebook page suggests they're just about ready to strike it up again.

"Record is almost finished, and artwork is nearly done," the brief post reads. "Going to need your help! More to come."

The soulful indie outfit best known for sleeper hits like "Portions for Foxes," "Silver Lining" and "Breaking Up" is comprised of Lewis, Blake Sennett, Pierre de Reeder, and Jason Boesel. Their last effort was 2007's "Under the Blacklight."

Bandmembers announced a hiatus in 2010, and Sennett eventually went so far as to compare the band to a corpse. "I would say that if Rilo Kiley were ... a human being ... he’s probably laying on his back in a morgue with a tag on his toe," he said. "Now, I see movies where the dead get up and walk. And when they do that, rarely do good things happen."

In later interviews, Sennett adopted a "never say never" approach.

Billboard reports that "Under the Blacklight" has sold 186,000 copies since its release. During the band's hiatus, multiple members recorded under different monikers with various other musicians.

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