Remedy Drive performs in Southhaven, MS, September 2019. Captured by Mary Nikkel.
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.
As one of the strongest years for rock in recent memory draws to a close, here are Rock On Purpose we're reflecting on the best 2018 had to offer.
November 27 is this year's Tuesday after Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping days. This day marks the kickoff of year-end charitable contribution drives, widely called “Giving Tuesday.” Adding to the annual excitement and social media buzz, Facebook and PayPal announced that they will be matching donations to eligible US-based nonprofits up to a grand [...]
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 [...]
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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 [...]
In 2014, Remedy Drive initiated a profound shift in their purpose. With the release of Commodity, the newly-independent band became a vehicle for justice in partnership with counter-trafficking organization The Exodus Road. Remedy Drive's revenue became a fundraiser, their lead singer David Zach became a frontlines operative and the songs became the soundtrack for a [...]