Alison Sudol Of A Fine Frenzy’s Compassion for Animals

Alison Sudol, the brains and beauty behind musical act A Fine Frenzy, takes a break from performing her bouncy piano-based melodies and mellow guitar-backed ballads to help animals and star in an ad for PETA. This Los Angeles–based singer–songwriter quickly captured the hearts and ears 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.

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A longtime lover of animals, some of Sudol’s songs even have animal themes. The song “The Minnow and the Trout,” for example, is about the similarities that all animals share, regardless of species. Check out Sudol’s ad, and watch her exclusive interview with PETA to learn about simple ways that you can help animals. The ad’s message is so simple and true: “A Little Kindness Goes a Long Way.”

A Fine Frenzy’s message is one that fans everywhere can take to heart. Adopting homeless cats and dogs from animal shelters, spaying and neutering your animal companions, using only cruelty-free cosmetics, eating vegetarian meals, never buying or wearing fur, and not attending circuses that use animals are all super ways for you to help improve the lives of animals.

Tell everyone you know about animal rights issues, and encourage them to make compassionate choices. Explore PETA.org to get the facts, share videos with your friends and family, and learn how you can make our world a better place for animals.

A little kindness goes a long way. Do your part to make the world a better place for animals by joining PETA’s Action Team!

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“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind