You never quite know what you are going to see during a live concert. You do not know how long the band can play. You do not know what songs they can choose, how the audience energy can be or, apparently, whether the lead singer will make a live version of Aristocrats joke. That was what happened Thursday night when Brass Against lead singer Sophia Urista, a former contestant on The voice, dropped his pants and peed in the face of a willing and very excited fan. Days later, the band is still dealing with what happened and released a statement saying it will not happen again.
The GG Allin-style shocking moment happened during the opening night of Rockville 2021 in Daytona. Sophia Urista reportedly complained several times during the set about how hard she should pee and later asked for a volunteer. A willing fan came up and got an absolute pee geyser in his face. No one was happier than he, and no one was apparently more surprised than the other members of the band. The video can be found here, which I will not embed as it is the most NSFW thing ever to have NSFWed, apparently went viral right away and the band later released a statement on its social media along with a lot of follow up responses to fans and celebrities. You can read first statement below…
We’re not scaring anyone here at CinemaBlend. If you like to get weird, get weird (assuming consenting adults are involved), but I can see how the other band members and some of the people in the crowd who did not volunteer to go so hard were a little taken aback and uncomfortable with the kind of thing that happens so far from a drain. Fortunately, allegedly Sophia Urista cleaned himself up in the mess, which emerged in subsequent Twitter responses from the band. There are a dozen responses from the official account, some of which are for celebrities like Andy Richter and Jason Isbell, and some of them are for random fans. I’m not saying they are happy with what happened, but based on some of the responses, they seem to have started to make peace with it, especially after they got a lot of messages from fans saying they had just discovered the band and is for it. There are also a few tweets clarifying that this was not sexual assault as the guy was very interested in it.
Brass Against is currently scheduled to hit the stage for an extensive series of concerts in Europe, many alongside the Legends Tool. Hopefully more potential fans will discover the band before these dates, whether it is through the pee-related viral headlines or not.
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