Dance to Literature’s upbeat pop on new(-ish) track “The English Softhearts”

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Photo via facebook.com/literatureband
Photo via facebook.com/literatureband

Philly indie-pop quartet Literature released their newest track “The English Softhearts”. The song is off of their upcoming album Chorus out August 19th on Slumberland Records. A few months back, the band did a session with The Cherry Blosom Clininc on WFMU. Recently, they played a great show with the UK group Flatmates in Philly.

“English Softhearts” starts off where their previous albums, Tie Dye and Arab Spring left off.  In the intervening year, the group tightened up their sound, and slowed down from the manic energy of Arab Spring.It’s an carefree, upbeat pop affair. As the song’s title suggests, it’s a bit of a tribute to English pop classics like the Cure and the Smiths. The group actually played a version of the song on their Key Studio Session last year.

Listen to “The English Softhearts” below.

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