Kill the Moon on stage at the Chameleon Arts Cafe (photo credit: Paul Boast)

Gigs have returned to the city and many local bands are back performing all over the Midlands hoping to wow audiences with incredible performances.

Kill the Moon, a three-person band local to Nottingham, performed in the Chameleon Arts Café alongside two other bands last Wednesday (December 1) and are very excited to be back performing in the city centre.

The band has small and intimate gigs which gives them a chance to play their original songs including Between the Lines, Fluctuate and Pink Clouds.

They also covered the songs Let’s Get it Started by The Black Eyed Peas and I Bet You Look Good on The Dance Floor by the Arctic Monkeys.

Daniel Bacon, the lead singer and guitarist of Kill the Moon, said: “Kill the Moon is better than before, and we are very excited to be performing and sharing our music again.”

The band confirmed they are “alright” about performing despite Covid cases still being high across the Midlands and the rest of the UK.

They added some people are still hesitant about returning to gigs, but the band feel like it is safe enough as there are vaccines and other safety measures, but they are mainly excited to be able to show off their skills again.

Daniel Bacon playing guitar on stage (photo credit: Paul Boast)

Kim Keeton the bassist for Kill the Moon said: “It has been incredible performing again and has been really exciting sharing new music and seeing other bands perform.”

The band have been busy in the last months with around three gigs a month and their performance at the Chameleon Arts Café being their 12th performance together post-Covid.

They are inspired musically by many artists including Kelvin Swaby, Foals, Dan Auerbach and Avril Lavigne, with their music genre being alternative rock.

The band is hoping to continue performing and dream to sell out the venue Rescue Rooms, in Nottingham, well as one day playing at festivals across the UK.