Matador is gearing up for the June 3 release of "Glass Boys," the fourth full-length album from one of its most promising bands. The Toronto-based rockers' 2008 LP "The Chemistry of Common Life" won Canada's prestigious Polaris Prize, and 2011's "David Comes to Life" peaked at No. 83 on the Billboard 200. With "Glass Boys," the group is poised for its best showing yet. Just one problem: Its name is considered indecent by the Federal Communication Commission. So how the f--- do you market a band called F---ed Up?

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