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Pearl Jam will play at Wells Fargo Center two nights this October

Legendary 90s rock group Pearl Jam have been pretty idle lately, minus a few shows here and there.  Now, it appears they’re back with a huge North American Tour including two shows at the Wells Fargo Center October 21st and 22nd.  Last time the group was in Philly, they put on an unforgettable performance at Jay-Z’s Made in America Festival and with back to back shows this fall, their next Philly visit is sure to be just as incredible.  Tickets go on sale July 27th. Below, watch a video of the band closing down The Spectrum with a performance of “Yellow Ledbetter.”

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Pity Sex touring with Philly’s Daylight, playing The Fire on July 18th

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The strangely-named indie outfit Pity Sex released their debut album Feast of Love this Tuesday, June 25th.  But if you want to try before you buy, Run For Cover Records has the album up and streaming via its Soundcloud.  On their album, Pity Sex does a punked up take on the 90s shoegaze sound with vamped guitars and hazy vocals. This summer, the band heads on tour in support of their new album, including a few stops on the east coast with Philly’s own Daylight.  Although they’re not shoegaze, Daylight have a heavy 90s influence as well, sounding like a blend of early emo-rock and grunge.  Below, you can stream the Pity Sex album in full as well as check out a song by Daylight.  The tour hits Philly venue The Fire July 18th.