You've probably had your "Heartbeats" stimulated by and shed a "Teardrop" to José González's delicately pretty folk-rock strum and whisper as a solo artist, but his group Junip is less famous. The Swedish trio builds upon González's acute, poignant melodic sensibilities and mellow, golden vocals with subtly swelling rock dynamics and occasional krautrock rhythmic propulsion courtesy of drummer Elias Araya (think the robust rumble of Can's Tago Mago). Junip's debut album, Fields, promises sublime pastoral rock with urban guts. (Neumos, 925 E Pike St, 709-9467, 8 pm, $15, 21+)