Nearly a year in the making, the vinyl edition of The Swellers' 2009 full-length Ups and Downsizing is slated for release later this month via Paper and Plastick. The pressing will be split up into three colors, named "dirt," "rust" and "mold," and today we've got one copy of each to give away to three lucky winners.
What variant you receive will be a mystery, so if you're feeling adventurous, click Read More to enter.
- A copy of The Swellers' Ups and Downsizing on one of three variants: dirt, rust or mold
- Open to North America (excluding Quebec) (Why not Quebec?).
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