Brass Against's Frontwoman Urinated on a Fan's Face During a Live Concert

It certainly gives "livestream" a whole new meaning

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BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Nov 12, 2021

The return to live music continues to be a wild one. Months after news of a Turnstile mosh pit pooper, we now have footage of a lead vocalist taking time out of a festival set to urinate on an incredibly willing fan.

As Loudwire points out, Brass Against — a New York-based outfit who aim to "inspire social and personal change" through both original songs and covers of Tool, Rage Against the Machine, Soundgarden and more — fully stole the show with the golden shower yesterday (November 11) at the Welcome to Rockville festival in Daytona Beach, FL.

Fan-shot footage from the event circulating online — which is absolutely NSFW — sees frontwoman Sophia Urista positioning herself over a fan lying face up onstage while Brass Against play a cover of Rage Against the Machine's "Wake Up."

After dropping her drawers and repeating the line, "I think I heard a shot," the rocker proceeds to relieve herself on the fan — and the crowd goes wild. The recipient then gets up off the stage and pumps his fist for the raucous onlookers.

Urista's urination gave a whole new meaning to "livestream," as Welcome to Rockville's organizers had allowed for online viewing in celebration of their 10th anniversary. You can view the footage at your discretion here.

Urista and Brass Against are set to support Tool on tour in 2022, and while we recommend reading up on venue bathroom policies, or packing a raincoat, you can find those dates here.

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