January 19, 2012 17:58

No Age accuse Kings Of Leon of stealing their T-shirt designs

Punk duo aren't happy with the design similarities

No Age accuse Kings Of Leon of stealing their T-shirt designs
No Age have hit out at Kings Of Leon after claiming that they have ripped off their T-shirt designs.

The punk duo wrote on their blog Noageka.blogspot.com about the similarity between their design of one of their official T-shirts and that of one of the Kings Of Leon's shirts, writing: "T-shirt designs by the kings of originality. Looking good."

According to Spin, No Age began selling the T-shirt in 2007, while Kings Of Leon started offering it for sale in 2009. The Tennessee rockers have not commented on the statement.

No Age released their third album 'Everything In Between' in late 2010 and have just finished an extensive world tour in support of the album.

Kings Of Leon are currently taking time off after completing their lengthy world tour in support of their fifth album 'Come Around Sundown', which they released in October 2010.

You can watch an exclusive clip from Talihina Sky, a documentary about Kings Of Leon which was released earlier this year by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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