Of all the unapologetically stubble-faced folkies/flannel-clad lite rockists wearing thrift store fedoras at a jaunty angle to drop out of the Canadian indie firmament like October leaves, Dallas Green, who records under the moniker City And Colour, gets the essential ratios of prettiness to mopery and preciousness to true grit the rightest. “The Girl,” from 2008’s Bring Me Your Love is/was his Shins/”New Slang,” absent a poignant Zach Braff/Natalie Portman cinematic moment. Ever since the midnight bedroom folk ruminations of Bring Me Your Love, City And Colour records have ventured more and more into traditional electric rock arrangements. Compared with Bring Me Your Love, the new If I Should Go Before You sounds like Slayer — albeit a nice, polite folk-rock Slayer that helps people. You can see for yourself tomorrow night when City And Colour play the Tower Theater, because we have a couple pairs of tickets to give away to the lucky duck Phawker readers. To qualify to win you need to A) follow us on Twitter B) send an email to PHAWKER66@GMAIL.COM telling us you have done so, or already do, along with your full name and a mobile number for confirmation. Put the magic words THE HURRY AND THE HARM in the subject line. Good luck and godspeed!