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My Bloody Valentine calls out Spotify for showing ‘inaccurate and offensive’ lyrics in their songs

My Bloody Valentine called out Spotify for misrepresenting their lyrics.

On Thursday (January 20), the band warned fans about “fake” lyrics on the music streaming platform in a harshly worded Twitter post.

The tweet read: “Just noticed that Spotify has faked lyrics to our songs without our knowledge. These lyrics are actually completely inaccurate and offensive. We’re not sure where they got them from, probably one of those internet crappy lyrics sites. ”

Spotify announced the launch of the Lyrics feature in November 2021.

In an official statement released at the time, the Swedish streamer said: “By partnering with Musixmatch, we’re bringing lyrics to life through in-app access to most of our extensive music library. ”

In response to My Bloody Valentine’s tweet, Spotify users shared screenshots of other incorrect lyrics they’ve seen, including a track by Scottish band Cocteau Twins and American pianist Thelonius Monk.

The Independent Have reached out to Spotify for comment.

In March of last year, My Bloody Valentine signed with independent label Domino Records, which has made the band’s music catalog available on Spotify, Apple Music and similar streaming services.

At the same time, head Kevin Shields revealed that My Bloody Valentine is preparing to release two new music discs in 2022.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/my-bloody-valentine-spotify-lyrics-b1997841.html My Bloody Valentine calls out Spotify for showing ‘inaccurate and offensive’ lyrics in their songs

Tom Vazquez

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