After Rilo Kiley released The Execution of most Things in Oct 2002, the band’s two co-founders took time off to spotlight different side projects. Jenny Lewis documented using the Postal Provider and toured to get the band’s gold-selling QUIT, while Blake Sennett shaped the Elected with guitarist Mike Bloom, primary Ozma bassist Daniel Brummel, and Rilo Kiley’s very own drummer, Jason Boesel. Using a twangy indie rock and roll audio that targeted alt-country and Rilo Kiley supporters as well, the Elected agreed upon with Sub Pop and released their debut record in early 2004. Unlike Rilo Kiley’s albums, that have been co-written by Sennett and Lewis but tended to spotlight the latter’s tone of voice, Me First highlighted Sennett within the frontman function. Two years afterwards, with another Rilo Kiley record (More Ambitious) within the vault, Sennett resumed stuff using the Elected. Sunlight, Sunlight, Sunlight, a assortment of summery pop/rock and roll tracks that evoked the Western world Coast, proclaimed the band’s second discharge for Sub Play 2006. Jenny Lewis released her initial single record that same season, and Rilo Kiley released one final record — their major-label debut, 2007’s Beneath the Blacklight — before acquiring the longest hiatus from the band’s profession. Sennett quit music through the interim and centered on movie theater instead. While focusing on a script for his very own brief film, Jason Cupp (who’d blended Sunlight, Sunlight, Sunlight many years prior) persuaded Sennett to consent to an impromptu documenting session, which finished up yielding many new songs. Motivated, Sennett resurrected the Elected, shuffled its lineup, agreed upon with Vagrant Information, and released the band’s third record, 2011’s Bury Me in my own Rings.