By Nick Romano
Updated December 27, 2015 at 05:33 PM EST
Credit: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

After telling EW she’s been “dying to put out music,” Kesha has returned to the stage. Over the holiday, the singer posted video of her performance with the band Yeast Infection as they brought a grungy feel to her hit “Blow.”

“HAPPY HOLLERDAYZ from Y E A S T I N F E C T I O N!!! I love all of my ANIMALS!!! Thanks for all of the support this year!!!” Kesha captioned a video on her Facebook page. “Don’t worry NO ONE will ever shut me up.”

Watch the performance below.

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Kesha has been embroiled in a legal battle with producer Dr. Luke that prevents her working with producers, publishers, and record labels, according to court papers written by her attorney Mark Geragos.

In an interview with EW in October, the singer said, “I’m dying to put out music, I’m like dying, literally. But while I can’t, I’m just gathering ideas and just praying for the day to come soon that I can put out music.”

“It’s fun to explore different art mediums and right now my [music] career is kind of on hold,” she added. “I’m finding other ways to express myself and have outlets and connect with my fans. I’m [also] kind of open to all of it. Creatively, my brain’s been exploding. I’ve been painting and redecorating and reupholstering – I’m all over the place and literally creatively exploding all over my life. Some of it’s horrible, but some of it’s good. I think the most important thing when you’re an artist is you can’t ever let your artistic creative fire be stifled. You have to get it out somehow.”