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Former Fever 333 members Aric Improta and Stephen Harrison have formed a new band, House of Protection, whose loud, glitchy debut single "It's Supposed to Hurt" is out now on Red Bull Records.

The track features the pair's first vocals ever on a recording and was produced by former Bring Me the Horizon member Jordan Fish. "We knew it wasn’t going to be easy to start again from scratch but that phrase became our ethos," said Improta, who also plays in Night Verses. "Starting again was the whole point of this."

The new group added that "It's Supposed to Hurt" was the first song they worked on together, and despite Improta and Harrison never having taken the mic, "we just knew the energy we wanted to create sonically and that we’d put in whatever time it took to get it to feel right. Fortunately, this song answered a lot of those questions instantly."

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