Ahead,  newly-released sounds that we’re crushing on this week.

New Jacket by Literature

Literature has  just released their album “Arab Spring.”  On it, bursting from the ground with ballad power gusto is a fresh new single called “New Jacket.” Housing the jingle jangle of every hipsters’ 1960’s frug dance moves,  Literature has a special something that hasn’t been heard since Vampire Weekend.

We Did It All Wrong by Kevin Morby

Breaking from his bands The Babies and Woods, Kevin Morby is set to release his own 7″ single through Suicide Squeeze Records on Aug. 5. Morby summons the spirit of melancholy and its long lost partner hope in this B-side “We Did It All Wrong.”

Sky Machine by LOVE INKS

Indie minimalists Love Inks have drawn inspiration from Lennon’s love, Yoko Ono, for their scrambled trippy music video for “Sky Machine.” Their new album “Exi will be released on September 8 through Piccadilly Records. Check out their last show before they start their tour at Cheer Up Charlie’s in their hometown of Austin Texas.

Let You In by Terry Malts

Channeling the 80’s when punk was something you could dance to, Terry Malts has released the mosh worthy “Let You In.”  Lyrics like, “I haven’t felt this way since/oh/another life”  drone in between salty guitar and drums. Their new 7″ “Insides” will be available on September 23 through Slumberland Records.