Radiohead In Copyright Controversy Over ‘Burn The Witch’ Video | Music News
Radiohead‘s number one record A Moon Shaped Pool has been critically well-received, although the music video for the album’s lead single “Burn The Witch” could put the band in hot water.
The family of Gordon Murray, the creator of 60’s television show Trumpton, are reportedly unhappy with the use of the show’s intellectual property in the video.
Speaking exclusively to The Daily Mail, Murray’s son-in-law remarked that “Radiohead should have sought our consent as we consider this a tarnishing of the brand”. He added that Murray would be “appalled” by the video and that the family were considering legal action.
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