I'm very late in mentioning this, but Christian music artists The Myriad have been on an All Creatures Tour sponsored by the Humane Society. The Myriad has a great, mature modern rock sound which some say has been influenced by Radiohead, Kent, Bjork and others.
It's great to see a Christian band promote animal advocacy through their music and touring. I've often thought this must be one of the most effective tools for reaching the up-and-coming generations. The Myriad's tour is unfortunately wrapping up this week, but I thought it was still worth passing along a snapshot of the band's concern for animals:
For more on The Myriad, their music and faith, see the article "Handling Success with Poise, with Faith" by Andy Argyrakis of ChristianMusicToday.com. In it, Jeremy Edwardson of the band says about their latest album With Arrows, With Poise:
One lyrical idea that kept showing up is that we know God loves us, but sometimes don't know what that love looks like. It's joyful, but it can also be scary and mysterious. ... He's very mysterious, and once you come to that realization and submit to that, you can say, "God I don't know everything about you, but I'm willing to take a journey with you, whatever it looks like."
(image copyright the Humane Society of the United States)