Lana Del Rey Is Being Sued By Radiohead For Copyright Infringement

Peter Castro
January 9, 2018

Not wanting to be seen choosing sides, however, the Song 2 guitarist replied to a fan asking who he liked best, writing: "Always thought "creep" was incredible- I love Lana del Rey too".

Taking to Twitter, Del Rey admitted that she is being sued by Radiohead due to similarities between her 2017 song "Get Free" and the 1993 song "Creep" by Radiohead. The singer maintains that her work was not inspired by Thom Yorke and co., and fans have been very vocal in their support of Del Rey on social media.

Lana Del Rey said she is being sued by Radiohead over similarities between her song "Get Free" and the band's 1992 hit "Creep".

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Watch her full speech below, and compare "Get Free" and "Creep" right here.

During Sunday's concert in Denver, Colorado, the singer said "I do have a particular song that Radiohead wants 100% of my publishing for", but reiterated her song's importance and personal meaning. Reportedly looking to receive either a compensation deal or songwriter royalties, both artists' legal teams are both attempting to come to a deal to prevent the matter from going to court.

Lana is now on the world tour following the release of her Lust for Life. Nowels added, "We wrote more than enough songs for the record". He noted, "It was definitely ground zero for this album. 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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