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House Of Protection “Learn To Forget” On New Single & Music Video

House Of Protection
[Photo via Kevin Garcia]

Following the release of their major label debut, “It’s Supposed To Hurt,” House Of Protection is back with a new track, “Learn To Forget,” 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].”

“Learn To Forget” comes out of the gate swinging with supercharged hardcore sonics and screams and a euphoria-inducing chorus with soaring vocals. Improta and Harrison strike the perfect balance of classic hardcore and modern rock with help from producer Jordan Fish (ex-Bring Me The Horizon). Check out the official “Learn To Forget” music video below.

“‘Learn To Forget’ feels very close to home for us as musicians. The pace, the riffs, the drum fills, it all leans towards music we grew up playing,” the band says. “We wanted to find a way to keep that in our sound but not be limited by it.”

Additionally, they continue, “Jordan [Fish] was really good about finding ways to take that energy and blend it with the production aesthetic we used on the other tracks. It’s definitely one we look forward to playing live.” 

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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