With Imago Amor, Remedy Drive uncovers what is truly at stake if we believe that everyone is created in the image of Love. Goodness, truth, healing, beauty– they are woven through the fabric of this world, shining in the face of the forgotten, the enslaved, the downtrodden. These songs ask if we're brave enough to go looking for them.
Remedy Drive is preparing to cap off Human Trafficking Prevention Month in January with their new album Imago Amor, due out on January 29. The album will be their third that supports the counter-trafficking efforts of The Exodus Road.
Indiana based Rockfest Records band The Protest continues to grow their ministry in 2020 beyond the music. The most recent partnership the band has launched is all about helping men overcome pornography addiction and put an end to sex trafficking and slavery. In a social media post announcing the partnership with Don't Buy Sex, the [...]
Remedy Drive has transformed their band into a support for the work of justice, from the music they make to the merch they sell to actual undercover work overseas with The Exodus Road.
Remedy Drive issued an unlikely statement this week in response to flat earthers connecting their album cover to a blog by astronaut Chris Hadfield. Chris Hadfield is a Canadian astronaut who recently reposted a blog from NASA about the crew on the International Space Station patching a hole with epoxy and duct tape (read the [...]
The Cause: The Exodus Road The Mission: The Exodus Road exists to find and free victims of human trafficking. In addition to equipping and running reconnaissance missions, The Exodus Road works with local law enforcement to empower communities. They also follow up with rehabilitation. The Band: Remedy Drive has transformed their band into a vehicle [...]