Dove Award-nominated band Remedy Drive have announced that they are releasing a new album - with a specific purpose. Inspired by frontman David Zach's recent trip to South East Asia with The Exodus Road, the band want to raise awareness of the issue of human trafficking and help fund the rescue of those being exploited.
"We want to make a concept album on liberty, to shine a light on slavery, to protest oppression and to empower rescue," Zach said. "We want to add to the soundtrack of the resistance. My hope is that this album will sound like a captive's dream of liberty—a defiant reminder, against all odds, that in the King's Kingdom the oppressed can find refuge, the marginalized can find Hope, the child soldier can find safety, and the trafficked daughter in the red light district can return to her innocence again as a princess of the Realm."
Remedy Drive are currently in a fundraising phase for their 10th studio album, with a Kickstarter campaign established so fans can support them with their vision. You can view the campaign here.