Christian rockers at church

A Kiss Goodbye
A Kiss Goodbye

A YOUNG Christian rock band from New Zealand play at Ebenezer Baptist Church on Friday.

The four members of A Kiss Goodbye are committed Christians who play pop/rock.

They have supported Panic at the Disco, Academy Is, Cobra Starship, Goodnight Nurse and Midnight Youth.

Over the two and half years the band have been together, they have played many gigs and music festivals in New Zealand and Australia.

They play at Parachute, the biggest Christian music festival in the southern hemisphere, every year.

At Easter they will return to Butlins in Minehead and Skegness to play at the Spring Harvest festival, which attracts tens of thousands of Christians.

Nick Welford, a youth worker at Ebenezer, says: “The young people from our church who are going are getting to hang out with the band on their day off during Spring Harvest.

“The Ebenezer gig has been widely advertised through church youth groups in the area and we are hoping for a 100 young people to attend,” Nick says.

“We plan to have interviews with the band where they will talk about the difference their faith has made”.

Friday’s gig is due to start at 7.30pm.