Lana Del Rey says she might drop ‘Get Free’ from her new album following all the Radiohead legal issues

'Get Free' currently appears on ‘Lust For Life’.
The latest instalment of the Radiohead vs Lana Del Rey saga is in, with Lana claiming she might drop the troublesome track from future pressings of her latest album, ‘Lust For Life’.

For those not up to date, Thom Yorke and co. have reportedly filed a copy infringement lawsuit against her, claiming Lana’s song ‘Get Free’ is a bit too similar to ‘Creep’, and they want 100% of the publishing.

Tweeting about the news, Del Rey confirmed she’d previously offered Radiohead 40% of the rights, “but they will only accept 100.” “Their lawyers have been relentless,” she revealed, “so we will deal with it in court.”

She offered a new update on stage in Denver, Colorado last night, adding: “I just want to let you know. Regardless if it gets taken down off of everything, that those sentiments that I wrote… that I really am going to strive for them, even if that song is not on future physical releases of the record…”

‘Creep’ itself was the subject of a claim by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, who sued and received cowriting credits and a percentage of the song’s royalties due to its similarities to the Hollies’ 1972 track, ‘The Air That I Breathe’. According to Hammond, “Radiohead agreed that they had actually taken it … Because they were honest they weren’t sued to the point of saying ‘we want the whole thing’. So we ended up just getting a little piece of it.”

You can compare ‘Creep’ to ‘Get Free’ below.

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