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House Of Protection Releases Mesmerizing New Single, “Being One”

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[Photo by: Anthony Tran]

After releasing their supercharged singles “It’s Supposed To Hurt” and “Learn To Forget” House Of Protection is showing the softer side of their musical vision with new track, “Being One” via Red Bull Records. Guitarist Stephen Harrison and drummer Aric Improta (ex-FEVER 333 musicians) “knew it wasn’t going to be easy to start again from scratch, but that phrase became our ethos. Starting again was the whole point of this [project].”

This synth-laced, pop-rock-infused offering proves that this is the alternative dynamic duo of your dreams. Harrison’s vocals shine on the record, revealing a new level of brilliance for his range. Of “Being One,” Improta says, “‘Being One’ was totally different for us. I’ve always loved playing drum & bass, so Jordan [Fish] and I immediately clicked on the rhythmic ideas. As a whole, I feel like Steve’s vocals were a huge step up from our previous demos and it gave us a new dynamic to work with moving forward.”

He continues, “This song was definitely made to listen to on a long drive at night. We talked about that a lot when writing the lyrics and filming the music video.”

Excitingly, the band also announced their debut live dates. House Of Protection will grace the 1720 stage in Los Angeles on September 24. Then, they’ll hop across the pond in October to perform at London’s Underworld. You can secure your tickets here.

Performance Dates:

  • Sept. 24—Los Angeles, CA @ 1720
  • Oct. 15—London, UK @ Underworld
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