The Black Keys have settled copyright infringement lawsuits with both Pizza Hut and the Home Depot over the misuse of two El Camino tracks – "Gold on the Ceiling" and "Lonely Boy," respectively – in commercials for the companies, the Associated Press reports.
The rock duo filed the claims in June, after which both companies denied copying the songs. A settlement with Home Depot was reached earlier this month, however. Attorneys for the band told a Los Angeles federal judge on Monday that they'd reached an agreement with Pizza Hut.
No details of either settlement were included in the court filings, and neither company has made a statement regarding the settlement.
Over the summer, Black Keys started working on the follow-up to El Camino and hope to release it next year. "We never know what's going to happen," guitarist Dan Auerbach told Rolling Stone of the band's recording process. "We don't talk about it. We don't plan it. We start recording, and then all of a sudden, it starts to take shape and we have an idea."
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