Warner/Chappell weighs in on 'Creep' copyright suit with Lana Del Rey

Thom Yorke and Lana Del Rey Who's the real creep here?          Star Tribune

Thom Yorke and Lana Del Rey Who's the real creep here? Star Tribune

Radiohead's publisher denies legal action.

She said Radiohead were demanding 100 per cent of the royalties for her song, from the 2017 album Lust for Life.

"It's true that we've been in discussions since August of past year with Lana Del Rey's representatives", the publisher said in a statement. "It's clear that the verses of "Get Free" use musical elements found in the verses of "Creep" and we've requested that this be acknowledged in favour of all writers of "Creep".

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You can compare "Creep" to 'Get Free' below.

This week, anonymously sourced reports claimed that the band was planning on suing Lana Del Rey over the song, which Del Rey seemed to confirm in a tweet.

It's been a case of "did they or didn't they" this week as claims travel back and forth between Lana Del Rey and Radiohead that the band is now embroiled in a lawsuit with the singer.

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The opening chords and tempo of the track are similar to Radiohead's "Creep", the band's debut single that propelled them to stardom in 1993. Radiohead was earlier sued by songwriters Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood for similarities to the 1972 song "The Air That I Breathe", which the duo wrote for The Hollies. At the time the band freely admitted to taking from the song, and Hammond cited this honesty as the reason why they didn't ask for a bigger royalty share.

Most spectacularly, over $7 million were awarded to Marvin Gaye's estate when a jury decided that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' 2013 smash hit "Blurred Lines" plagiarized the soul legend's "Got to Give It Up".

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