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Fans all over the country have been anxiously waiting for the third album release from Bread of Stone and that day is here!

On Sunday, August 8th, their new album “Saturate” will release on iTunes and the band’s website.

The date is in conjunction with the release date of their single “Beautiful” being serviced to Christian CHR radio by radio promoter – James Riley.

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Saturate CD
Bread of Stone Saturate CD


This is a project that we’ve been very excited about, and we’re so thrilled that we can finally have it out for everyone to hear,” said lead singer, Ben Kristijanto.  “I believe the Lord is taking us to new grounds-and He has never let us down.”

The 5-song EP, produced by Tedd T.  (Muth Math, TobyMac, Britt Nicole) and Lynn Nichols (Delirious, The Elms) has had a great response at festivals Bread of Stone performed at such as Spirit West Coast, Sonshine and SoulFest. Other songs on the album included with Beautiful are It’s Time to Live, Parachute, The Answer, and the title track, Saturate.

Bread of Stone consists of Ben Kristijanto (lead vocals, guitar, keys), Bill Kristijanto (lead guitar), Tim Barnes (bass) and Wesley Holt (drums). For more info, including tour dates, music and video clips, please visit http://www.BreadOfStone.com.

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