Tonight’s Concert Picks: Maitland at Johnny Brenda’s, Resilient at World Cafe Live, Old Maybe at Everybody Hits and more

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Maitland | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN | racheldelsordophotography.com
Maitland | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN | racheldelsordophotography.com

Atmospheric rock four-piece Maitland celebrates the release of it’s latest full-length, Glimpse, tonight with a headlining show at Johnny Brenda’s. The record is the product of personal isolation and reflection, as singer and songwriter Josh Hines detailed in an interview with our Tyler Asay. Read that story here, stream Glimpse below and get more info on tonight’s 21+ show at the XPN Concert Calendar.

Philly rock four-piece Resilient caps off the Ladies First show tonight at World Cafe Live, which will raise money to benefit victims of the Flint water crisis. Joining Resilient are Meghan Cary, Prima Donna and Roxy Rolls, and proceeds from the show will go to Flintkids.org. Tickets and more information can be found here.

Philly experimental trio Old Maybe opens the show at Everybody Hits tonight. Led by singer-guitarist Jazz Adam, the band released its Piggity Pink EP earlier this year; read our interview with Adam here and get more details on the five-band all-ages bill at Facebook.

Also Playing:

Deadfellow at MilkBoy (8 p.m., $15, 21+) 

Tedeschi Trucks Band at Merriam Theater (8 p.m., $59, all ages)

Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue at Ocean City Pier (8 p.m., $59, all ages)

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