11 Nov 2010
In a twist on the Peter Saville / +/- plagiarism allegations the band has made the following statement on their Facebook page:

"As far we know, we are not suing them. We're waiting to hear from Mark Robinson at Teenbeat but it would be a shock to find out this way. We're pretty certain that this is just a hoax."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

All mentions to this being a hoax, on the band's or the label's Facebook pages, have been removed. Not sure what this means for the "it's a hoax" argument. Either it was a joke that got out of hand, or else they're indeed serious but didn't like the publicity. At any rate, I don't think Saville needs to worry.

11/11/2010, 14:02

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Teenbeat are f'ing wankers:


11/11/2010, 16:14


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