Segal’s latest release, ‘An Atheist Album,’ embodies her thoughts on religion. The Melbourne Australia based singer-songwriter became involved in secular activism over two years ago, despite her father being the president of a local synagogue. Her songs are a passionate response to dogmatic belief, inequality, religious oppression and the idea that only the devout can be grateful and good. She enjoys bringing this usually controversial topic to the public discourse and finds music to be an effective medium for expression and raising awareness.
‘An Atheist Album’ gives a voice to the often underrepresented views of non-religious people, the fastest growing minority in many countries.
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