The dispute between Lana Del Rey and Radiohead has apparently subsided. In January, the singer tweeted about a lawsuit the band had supposedly filed against her, claiming her song “Get Free” sounded too similar to their 1993 hit “Creep.” During her set at Lollapalooza Sunday (March 25) in Sao Paolo, Brazil, Del Rey implied the feud had ended after fans chanted for her to perform the song in question for her encore.
“Now that my lawsuit’s over, I guess I can sing that song any time I want, right?” the singer teased in between cigarette puffs.
Del Rey had claimed Radiohead wanted “100% of the publishing” of her Lust for Life track and their lawyers were “relentless.” Radiohead’s publishers responded by denying any legal action. They did, however, ask for a writing credit to be added to “Get Free” — which Radiohead themselves had to do to “Creep” after they were sued over similarities to The Hollies’ 1972 track “The Air That I Breathe.”
Watch Del Rey’s performance at Lollapalooza Brasil below.