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In January, Lana Del Rey said that Radiohead were suing her over similarities between her Lust for Life song “Get Free” and their 1992 single “Creep.”

She tweeted that the band was asking for 100 percent of the publishing rights, and later said that the suit could result in the removal of the song from her album.

Shortly after Lana’s comments, a spokesperson from Radiohead’s publishers, Warner/Chappell, denied the existence of a lawsuit.

This past weekend, during her set at Lollapalooza Brasil, Lana Del Rey told the crowd, “Now that my lawsuit’s over, I guess I can sing that song [“Get Free”] any time I want, right?” as Stereogum points out.

When contacted by Pitchfork, Lana Del Rey and Radiohead’s respective representatives declined comment.

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