Kiss Me, killer played their first hometown gig for the year and it was for a couple of great causes.
The ‘LADIES NIGHT’ event presented ‘female-led lineups of badass punk/rave/cheese sounds’ to raise money for charities helping women. The event raised over £408 with proceeds going o Unseen Uk and One25. Unseen UK are based in Bristol and work directly with the survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking. One25 is a compassionate and non-judgemental service to women trapped in or vulnerable to street sex-work, supporting them to break free and build new lives away from violence, poverty and addiction.
Cheri Clouds was on had with her camera. Check out the images:
Other bands o the bill were the mighty punk-rock-ska outfit Dive, who have returned to the scene after a 15-year hiatus and FFTP a well known local duo who provide anarchic folk.Pumped by the bands people stayed to dance the night away to a top lineup of local DJs.
KMK were on song with a moshing crowd matching other great gigs we’ve played at BS5’s iconic live music pub, with newish song Tear your Heart Out reaching Bristol ears for the first time.