Clubcast 003. Showbread’s No Sir Nihilism & “New Creation Gray” with Scott Fryberger

Published On March 20, 2024 
by Chase Tremaine
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Chase is joined by a regular co-host from his other podcast, JFH’s Scott Fryberger, for a conversation about Scott’s favorite band Showbread and Scott’s favorite song from Accidental Days. The focus of the conversation falls on the Showbread’s label debut from 2004, No Sir, Nihilism Is Not Practical, with tangents about art, legalism, heaven, and the purpose of songwriting.

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