The row regarding the song rip-off accusation addressed to the teen singer from the L.A. rockers could be over as the band have offered a make-up solution.
Recent feud between Miley Cyrus and L.A. band Lustra could reach its end pretty soon as the rock band have offered a peace solution to Miley. The first solution from the band is to take the teen singer to join them together on stage, at their upcoming gig on May 29 at the Viper Room, L.A. where she can state her case there.
On the upcoming show, Lustra will play their song "Scotty Doesn't Know" and expect Miley to also play her "Rockstar" and after that they will let the fans to judge how similar the two tracks are. Confirming the plan a spokesperson from the band said, "Lustra would play their song 'Scotty Doesn't Know', followed by Ms. Cyrus' 'Rockstar', and then let their fans decide."
If for some reason the first solution doesn't work, Lustra also have another alternative idea, which is asking so that they could be featured on the pop star's famous Disney's series "Hannah Montana". "Another way to rectify this is to have Lustra appear on 'Hannah Montana' as themselves.. Lustra could appear on the show as Hannah's musical influence," the band's spokesperson said.
Moreover, Lustra's guitarist Nick Cloutman also explained that they don't actually mind having any of their songs used by Miley as long as they would get a credit for it. "We could share even more of our songs with Ms. Cyrus, just as long as we get credit for it, which is what we have wanted all along."
Previously, Miley and Lustra are having a feud after the band accused her hit song "Rockstar" was a copy of their "Scotty Doesn't Know". Meanwhile, the teen sensation refuses to be held responsible for the band's accusation, stating that she's not the one who wrote the song.