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Come and Live!’s Showbread has released their new music video for “You’re Like A Taxi”. Head over to www.comeandlive.com to download their new record Who Can Know It? for a price you choose, even free!

Check out the video below!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-rED13JSb8
“Who Can Know It? is yet another departure into the unknown, bringing the most honest and convicting lyrics ever breathed by the band. The record is the softer side of the act, displaying a maturity that will carry Showbread through another decade plus of raw rock.” -Hopecore.com Magazine

*Showbread’s new record Who Can Know It? is now available for free download at comeandlive.com
*Check out new designs up now at veilarmsclothing.com
*Mike Herrera’s Tumbledown has released their second full length Empty Bottle
*Come and Live’s new indie rock outfit Abel is on the road with Ascend The Hill. Download their new album Lesser Men for free at comeandlive.com

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