Like a lot of people, I first heard Gothenburg’s Love Is All via “Felt Tip,” a raggedly seductive indie-pop tune in a Liliput or Slits mood, with sweetly melodic girl vocals and spoken boy backgrounds driving it from furtive to full-on. It was posted last year on Fluxblog, Matthew Perpetua’s eclectic, well-respected MP3 blog, and I wound up tracing the song to a now defunct Swedish label, Smashing Time, which had put out the seven-inch. I bought a copy, along with an earlier release, “Make Out, Fall Out, Make Up,” which had been named NME single of the week and earned the band not only a spot on the Rough Trade Shops: Indiepop 1 compilation but also an invitation to appear on one of John Peel’s final sessions. This past November the Indie-Pop List was abuzz with news of LIA’s first U.S. shows, and one subscriber announced he was releasing the band’s debut full-length on his minuscule Brooklyn-based imprint, What’s Your Rupture? Thanks to blogs and listservs, by the time Nine Times the Same Song came out at the end of 2005 there was a whole American fan base waiting for it: Pitchfork even pronounced it number 16 in its Top 50 Albums of 2005. Nine Times reminds me of Comet Gain–ranting, alternately hooky and spirited–so it was no surprise to learn the band has enlisted CG drummer Woodie Taylor to mix everything they’ve recorded to date. Tonight they’ll be joined by labelmates Cause Co-Motion!, who play clattery, fun DIY pop. Love Is All headline, Cause Co-Motion! play second, and Caribbean open. Sun 3/19, 9:30 PM, Empty Bottle, 1035 N. Western, 773-276-3600 or 866-468-3401, $10.