‘Summertime Sadness’ singer Lana Del Rey is undoubtedly suffering from the blues this winter thanks to recently confirmed reports of a lawsuit that will see her defend the originality of her song ‘Get Free,’ found on her most recent chart-topping album, ‘Lust for Life.’
The cut, according to English Rock legends Radiohead, is eerily similar to their signature hit, ‘Creep.’ The result of the alleged infraction? They want 100% of all publishing royalties Del Rey’s tune generates.
Did you miss it? Find out how she responded to the news inside:
She even addressed it live in concert:
Listen to both songs below and let us know if you hear the similarities:
Note: Did you know Radiohead was sued for copyright infringement (and lost) when it was discovered ‘Creep’ contained elements of the 70’s song ‘The Air I Breathe’ by rock band The Hollies?