Hozier To Sue Chilly Gonzales After Claim Of Plagiarising Feist | Music News

Conversations About Her

Hozier To Sue Chilly Gonzales After Claim Of Plagiarising Feist | Music News

1401x788-920915_497522643634408_358761683_o

 

In late summer of 2011, Feist released single “How Come You Never Go There” from their album Metals. Little did they know that 4 years later controversy would arise, as Canadian producer Chilly Gonzales accused Hozier’s song “Take Me to Church” in a video, comparing the two as being “almost the exact same” and therefore plagiarised.

 

Gonzales also commented in the video, which has now been deleted, that “Maybe Feist should take him to court”. Quite the opposite has now occurred as Hozier has appeared to have taken this accusation to heart by conversely taking Gonzales to court instead.

 

Despite hearing similarities in two popular tracks, which has been a regular occurrence within the popular music scene since its conception, classifying them as identical is a drastic and foolish statement. However, aren’t there more important things to take up the judicial system’s time? Completely blown out of proportion if you ask me, then again, I’ll let you be the judge of that. Compare the two songs below to make your own mind up:

 

 

 

Peace.Love.LegalDrama

Share Button

Finn Brownbill

A recent graduate with a BA in History. However, my passion lies in spreading the good word of music. Now I am all about the future, not what has happened in the past. From indie to electronic to chillwave to rap to folk, I love to write about all the up-and-coming gems of music as well as the legendary bands which have developed my love for music. Although it makes putting my music library on shuffle quite an undesirable experience. Feel free to follow me on twitter for more music related posts.

Have your say....

comments