Sam Roberts live at the Masonic Temple

Contest: Win the New Sam Roberts Band Album, Signed Lithograph Poster


Love at the End of the World, Sam Roberts Band's highly-anticipated third album debuts in-stores and online today. Recorded in their hometown Montreal, the album takes you on a socio-political road trip "from the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro" ("Love at the End of the World"), through the stripmalls of North America ("Stripmall Religion") and its final destination "Detroit '67". Love also contains the catchy lead single "Them Kids".

The photograph above was taken during the taping for their MTV Live show airing on Saturday, where the band previewed most of their new tracks to the media and contest winners. Unfortunately majority of the crowd were teenage fans of Panic at the Disco, who were slated to play after. Nonetheless the Canucks held their own and may have taught Panic a thing or two. If you're more a Sam fan and want to be one the first to own the new album plus a gorgeous signed limited edition Chemical City lithograph poster, continue reading for contest details.

Signed limited edition Chemical City lithograph poster

The person who places the 11th comment below below wins a Love at the End of the World CD, the signed lithograph poster (see picture above) and heck, we'll even throw in a Chemical City baseball tee (ladies' M size only). There's no limit to the number of times a reader can post a comment. Please use a valid email address so we can contact you if you have won.

Good luck!

Sam Roberts' photo is courtesy of MTV Canada. Poster picture as well as the gift pack is thanks to Universal Music Canada. You can stream the full album live starting May 26 on MTV.ca's The Leak.


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