Leah Greenblatt
September 23, 2010 AT 03:18 PM EDT

Image Credit: Jim WrightPete Yorn had a full schedule in 2009: Readying and releasing his fourth full-length solo album, Back and Forth by June, Breaking Up with a crimson-monikered movie star in September.

Now, the New Jersey-bred singer-songwriter has returned with yet another solo release, his first to be self-titled, and the first to come out on Vagrant Records, home to the Hold Steady, Black Rebel Motorcyle Club, and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.

Also a first? Production by Frank Black, the man perhaps better known as Black Francis, frontman of alt legends the Pixies. Stream their collaboration in full below, before it goes to stores September 28:

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