Roland Stephen "Steve" Taylor, is an American Christian rock singer, songwriter, record producer, and film director. A large figure in what has come to be known as Christian alternative rock, he's also served in the group Chagall Guevara. In contrast to many Christian musical artists, his history of songs have often taken aim at other Christians with the use of sardonic lyrics and new wave influenced instrumentation, such as blasting hypocrite preachers that hide their personal lives in 1985's "On the Fritz" and condemning racism by Christian organizations (such as those in apartheid era South Africa) in 1984's "We Don't Need No Color Code".
Peter Furler Band is named after its founder Peter Furler, and it is a Contemporary Christian-rock band from both Australia and the United States. It started in 2012 by Furler, and the band released their first album Sun and Shield in 2014 on their independent label New Day Christian Records and Platinum Pop Records.