At least according to Austin City Limits website:
(…) Her anticipated third solo album is slated for release on Warner Bros. Records in July 2014.
Aw, I can understand that. Sometimes a personal connection can be lost when a song, or the artist, becomes too popular. You want to retain some intimacy with the material, and that’s harder to achieve when you hear that tune everywhere you go, or see those lyrics scribbled everywhere.
Having said that, I wish nothing but the greatest success to Jenny, I want her to keep making records for decades to come (though hopefully not at the cost of being overplayed to death).