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July 29. After taking a whole two years off, New Paltz's acclaimed indie pop outfit Breakfast in Fur are back for this, to say the least, long-awaited show at BSP. Profiled in the February 2015 issue of Chronogram, the shoegaze-y band was founded as a lo-fi bedroom-recording project by singer and guitarist Dan Wolfe and released their eponymous debut in 2011. Before their self-imposed hiatus, the foursome had already buzzed the blogscape hard with 2015's Flyaway Garden (second guitarist Michael Hollis, however, has kept busy in the interim with his own Blue Museum; see Ron Hart's review in our March issue). But now, at long last the Fur is flying again, and this hotly anticipated Hudson Valley return should be packed. With Shana Falana and Gilt Mountain. (Kyle and the Pity Party cries out July 8; Como Zoo reunites after a 21-year hiatus on July 9; Palm, Palberta, and Parlor Walls play July 27.) 7:30pm. $8. Kingston. (845) 554-3809; Bspkingston.com.

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