I thought it was old news that Kelly Hogan had signed with Anti-, but apparently it only became official today—and Pitchfork got to the announcement first, natch. Of course the more exciting part of that post is the fact that Hogan’s long-overdue third solo album, I Like to Keep Myself in Pain—her first in 11 years—will arrive on June 5. Pitchfork has posted “We Can’t Have Nice Things,” a song by Andrew Bird and Jack Pendarvis, and after one listen to the whole album I can confidently say that it’s great top to bottom. Hogan is a meticulous artist who pays little heed to the conventions of the music industry. She follows her own instincts and, obviously, her own timetable—but as much of a cliche as this is, the wait was worth it.