Head over to www.comeandlive.com to download the new record from Showbread entitled Who Can Know It? The fifth studio record from the ever changing act from Guyton, Georgia showcases a softer side to the raw rock movement and is guaranteed to tug at your heart strings.

“Showbread is a constant chameleon, forever shape-shifting from the downright odd to the unexpected. 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

“This is the most honest, straightforward outpouring of passion that Showbread has ever given us.” –Substream Music Press

Who Can Know It? is out today and can be downloaded for free at www.comeandlive.com Showbread will begin their first completely free tour in early 2011.

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