I first became familiar with A Fine Frenzy’s Alison Sudol when she tweeted about Canada’s annual seal slaughter. Like millions of others, Alison was horrified to learn that the Canadian government allows sealers to kill hundreds of thousands of seals for their skins every year and was ready to leap into action!

In addition to asking her more than 1 million Twitter followers for support, the beautiful singer sat down with peta2 to talk about why getting active for animals is important to her and how people can help. 

Fans of Regina Spektor and Sarah McLachlan will likely love A Fine Frenzy‘s songs, which range from bouncy piano-based pop to mellow guitar-backed ballads. The Los Angeles–based singer-songwriter quickly captured the hearts of fans worldwide with the release of her debut album, One Cell in the Sea, and promptly managed to blow the critically acclaimed album out of the water with her anticipated follow-up, Bomb in a Birdcage. After sharing the stage with legendary artists like Rufus Wainwright, A Fine Frenzy recently scored a spot on the Lilith Fair tour, performing alongside other animal-loving ladies like Cat Power and Tegan and Sara.

A longtime animal lover, Alison often performs songs with animal themes. For instance, the song “The Minnow and the Trout” is about the similarities all animals share, regardless of species. Check out Alison’s new peta2 interview and PSA. The message is so simple and so true—”a little kindness goes a long way.”

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