While anti-child-trafficking film Sound of Freedom is taking movie theaters by storm, ministry-minded rock band Remedy Drive continues to champion the fight against human trafficking. With a couple trafficking-themed albums already under their belts, Remedy Drive is back on Kickstarter to help fund a new 2024 studio album, with many reward options that even include trafficking-survivor-made clothing and accessories!
Check out the band’s announcement below and visit their Kickstarter campaign page for more information about the album and the band’s passion for rescuing trafficking victims.
From Remedy Drive:
“We are releasing a new album and a docuseries!
We left our record label ten years ago to use our platform to combat trafficking. We’ve relied upon your generous support to commission our songs and our action. In the past decade, we’ve contributed to the freedom of 2200 survivors of trafficking through The Exodus Road. We want to tell the stories of ordinary humans that we’ve encountered along the way. Some are spying on criminal networks, fundraising in creative ways, or providing trauma care to survivors of trafficking.
Please watch this video and consider joining us in this new chapter!”