Lana Del Rey said she is being sued by Radiohead over similarities between her song "Get Free" and the band's 1992 hit "Creep". The Sun initially reported the news, and the singer herself acknowledged its validity on Sunday.
Lana Del Rey has spoken in more detail about the lawsuit she's now facing, after Radiohead allegedly claimed she copied elements of their 1992 hit "Creep". "Really love Lana Del Rey but this song like "Creep" from Radiohead", one user said, while another argues: "I think the melody might be inspired by it and similar, but it's definitely not a complete rip off". This issue will need to be settled in court.
Check out Lana Del Rey's "Get Free" and Radiohead's "Creep", compared below, to decide for yourself. Released back in July 21, 2017, it quickly became the best-selling album upon its launch.
Thom Yorke of Radiohead, the band that is suing Lana Del Rey.
It's true about the lawsuit. "Their lawyers have been relentless, so we will deal with it in court".
Lana is now on the world tour following the release of her Lust for Life. The singing star shared photos and video clips on her social media of her very first concert on Sunday in Minneapolis. The singer is all set to perform in Denver on Tuesday. Nowels added, "We wrote more than enough songs for the record". "As she was putting it all together and picking songs, it all kind of tied into this theme of 'lust for life'".
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