Remedy Drive has released a new acoustic video, including a story behind the song segment, for their song “Dragons” from their album Imago Amor.
For David Zach of Remedy Drive, darkness is not a stranger. For seven years, he has transformed the work of his band to align with the work of justice– specifically, the work of freeing enslaved individuals around the world in partnership with The Exodus Road. Imago Amor is the third album centered on telling the stories he's encountered along the way. The songs capture a defiant hope that resonates both in the work of justice, and in the work of being human and whole in a broken, breaking world. I had the opportunity to catch up with David about what it means to be made in the image of love, how he's navigated the past year of human history, and what it means to practice hope as a sacrament.
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.
Remedy Drive has offered released their reimagined quarantine versions of songs new and old with Living Room Anthology Vol 1. The anthology is available now on Remedy Drive’s web store at remedydrive.com/store. All of the songs were recorded from singer David Zach’s home, where he has been going live nearly every day since quarantine began. [...]
What better time to get the band back together than during a quarantine? Let that sink in for a moment while we tell you about the power of the internet. Remedy Drive, led by founding member David Zach, brought together past and former members on a socially distant rendition of "Daylight." Joined by drummer Tim [...]
In the 11th issue of the Pure Rock Report, Mary Nikkel spoke with David Zach of Remedy Drive about the coronavirus crisis, social distancing, and how songs are serving as beacons of community and hope.
Live acoustic performances will quickly (hopefully) become a trend in a now virtually connected world. Remedy Drive announced on social media that they will livestream on Facebook tonight at 9 PM Eastern Time and 8 PM Central Time.
David Zach, singer/songwriter, speaker and founding member of acclaimed Christian rock band Remedy Drive, was featured at "Freedom Requires Action: Culture, Corporations, and Communities Uniting To End Child Sex Trafficking in America," held recently at the U.S. Capitol.
At the end of one decade and the beginning of the next, the Rock On Purpose staff took some time to reflect on the albums that shaped the musical (and personal) landscape for them over the past 10 years.