One of the more under-appreciated acts to come out of Canada's crowded indie-rock scene in recent years is Born Ruffians, a nifty three-piece specializing in wild, tuneful melodies and stark, no-frills arrangements. Born Ruffians released their debut LP, Red, Yellow & Blue back in 2008, and though it garnered a fine review from Prefix and plenty of good press elsewhere, the album failed to garner the level of buzz required these days to be considered a major breakthrough. Born Ruffians are giving themselves another go at the hype cycle, though, when they release their follow-up LP, Say It! on June 1. Filter Magazine has the album cover, track list, and an MP3 of "Sole Brother," an ebullient, groovy song off the new record that manages to be about both sibling rivalries and hip-hop fandom.