Tonight’s Concert Picks: Edison at Kung Fu Necktie, You Do You at Boot & Saddle and Lily Mae at Tin Angel

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Michael James Murray of Edison | Photo by Colin Kerrigan

Philadelphia psych-pop outfit Edison is back with a new line-up and some new material to showcase. The band’s last EP, Living Room, released early last year, is comprised of six songs that evoke so much emotion through soothing, ambient soundscapes reminiscent of Robert Francis and S. Carey (of Bon Iver). Check them out tonight at Kung Fu Necktie. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets can be purchased at the door.

You Do You is a band that focuses on the heart of rock ‘n’ roll with concentrations in funk and soul. Their seven-track album, The Sweet Sounds of the Funky Sound, released this past January, encompasses just that (if you couldn’t tell by the name itself). Tonight, the band plays at Boot & Saddle. The show starts at 8 p.m. and the $8 tickets can be purchased here.

Bucks County native Lily Mae performs tonight at the Tin Angel. Despite her age (17-years-old!), the young artist has a mature, soft and folky voice with obvious influences from Joni Mitchell and even Joan Baez. Tonight’s show starts at 7 p.m. and the $25 tickets can be purchased here.

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