Peter Andrew Furler (born 8 September 1966) is an Australian musician, songwriter, producer, and record executive but is best known as the former lead singer for the Christian rock band Newsboys. Furler was born in McLaren Vale, South Australia on 8 September 1966, the third of six children of missionaries Bill and Rosalie Furler. Furler formed the Newsboys, with friends George Perdikis, Sean Taylor, and John James. He has written and produced most of Newsboys' songs, as well as co-writing/producing songs for other recording artists. He also frequently collaborated with Steve Taylor. Furler was originally the band's drummer but became the band's lead singer after the departure of John James in 1997.
In July 1999 Furler, along with fellow Australians Dale Bray and Wes Campbell, founded Inpop Records.
In 2009 Furler left the Newsboys and is now pursuing a solo career. Peter Furler continued to make special appearances on tour with the band up until his final appearance on 11 September 2009, in Orlando, Florida.
Furler played drums for Phil Joel's latest album deliberiteKids2.
He released his debut solo album, On Fire, on 21 June 2011 . The first single from the album, "Reach", was released to radio 25 March 2011 for sale on 19 April 2011.
Peter married Summer Andrea LeFevre, daughter of Grammy award winning musician Mylon LeFevre on 12 March 1991.