Spotify seemingly managed to do the impossible - re-unite Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.
Neil Young ordered the streaming giant to remove his catalogue, following their refusal to clamp down on COVID misinformation.
Joni Mitchell swiftly followed suit, with the debate gaining international headlines.
Now, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash have released a statement, fully supporting Neil Young.
The quartet's work together will be pulled from the platform, with the statement demanding "real action" from Spotify.
Until that happens, say the group, "we don't want our music - or the music we made together - to be on the same platform".
Scenes? Astonishing. The four have long had a troubled inter-band relationship, and it took Spotify's largesse to bring them together against a united foe.
Find the statement below.