Radiohead are currently suing Lana Del Rey for a song she released called “Get Free.” Radiohead say it’s awfully close to their biggest song, “Creep.” When you listen to it, it’s hard to argue.

Lana Del Rey has gone to twitter to say that the lawsuit is not only real, but Radiohead want 100% of the publishing rights for the song.

It is worth noting that Radiohead were actually sued for Creep when it first came out…according to Rolling Stone:
Radiohead themselves have faced similar legal action over their breakthrough 1992 single as the band gave “Creep” songwriting credits on the Pablo Honey song to Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, the writers of the Hollies’ “The Air That I Breathe.” After Radiohead admitted the similarities between the two songs’ melody and chord structure, the lawsuit was settled out of court, with the band ceding a percentage of the song’s publishing to Hammond and Hazlewood.

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