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The New York-based rock band, "Brass Against" issued an apology after their frontwoman, Sophia Urista urinated on a fan during their opening performance at the Welcome to Rockville festival in Daytona, Florida Thursday.

The rising rock star, Urista "got carried away" as she pulled down her pants and urinated on the fan’s face in the middle of their cover of Rage Against the Machine’s "Wake Up" after inviting the fan on stage, asking him to lie down.

Even before the incident, Urista complained about how she had to urinate, then she was heard asking fans to volunteer. "Get my man with the can on his head ready, ’cause we’re going to bring him onstage and I’ma p--- in this m-----------’- mouth," she said. "I gotta pee," she added. "And I can’t make it to the bathroom. So we might as well make a show out of it." A fan went up and got pee all over his face. Footage shows that he was seemingly happy afterward.

The sudden act left fans in shock and all uncomfortable. Also, the other band members were surprised because they did not expect what Urista did. The fans captured this moment and uploaded it online, which soon became viral. People watching the video online labeled the moment "disgusting."

Urista reportedly cleaned the mess on stage herself after the show. The fans showed mixed responses to this incident. Some seem cool about what happened, still, some expressed disappointment. Some fans kept on tweeting saying that this was not sexual assault since the man volunteered and enjoyed it anyway. Many conveyed how they truly love the band's music and will support them all the way.

"Brass Against" has shared an apology online, stating that what happened got out of hand. "Sophia got carried away. That’s not something the rest of us expected, and it’s not something you’ll see again at our shows," they said in their statement on Twitter.

The band is known for covering songs by bands such as Soundgarden and Black Sabbath. The band has more than 450,000 followers on Facebook. They describe their group as "a collective with the goal of creating music to inspire social and personal change."

The signing duo performed a 19-song set. Edwin Sanchez