Radiohead Publisher Confirms Negotiations With Lana Del Rey Reps in 'Creep' Dispute

Thom Yorke and Lana del Rey

Thom Yorke and Lana del Rey

Lana Del Rey explained on Twitter that she has offered Radiohead 40% of the song's publishing royalties, but the band's lawyers are determined to fight for 100%.

Lana Del Rey commented further on her legal battle with Radiohead at a concert in Denver on Sunday night, it has emerged. The singer also said that the song might be removed from the album as part of the lawsuit.

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"As Radiohead's music publisher, it's true that we've been in discussions since August of past year with Lana Del Rey's representatives", the statement reads.

Del Rey tweeted on Monday that the band were taking her to court over what they claim are similarities between their 1993 breakthrough hit and her new song Get Free, a track from her new album Lust For Life. The band claim it sounds too similar to their 1992 song Creep.

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If Warner/Chappell's efforts are successful, Mr. Hazlewood and Mr. Hammond would also be credited, alongside the members of Radiohead and the three writers now listed: Rick Nowles, Kieron Menzies and Ms. Del Rey. Neither have Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, who were added to the songwriting credits of "Creep" after they complained that Radiohead had plagiarised them.

Even if Del Rey maintains she didn't purposefully borrow the riff, Variety reports that Radiohead has a strong case.

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Some songs resemble their inspiration more than others, though. Ever since the estate of Marvin Gaye successfully sued over similarities between Gaye's song "Got To Give It Up", and Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines", there's been an uptick in similar legal action and settlements. I just want to let you know ... that I am really going to strive for [those sentiments], even if that song is not on future physical releases of the record ...

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