Airhead commercials are a major hit with fans.
With the release of Airhead: Live at The Spectrum last summer, fans were treated to a live performance by the band.
The music video, which was released on March 16, 2015, featured the band performing the song “I’ve Got You Babe,” which the band has used on previous songs like “Mama,” “Falling Away,” “You and I,” “Paint Your Wings,” and “Don’t Let Go.”
The video was also released as a single.
However, there was a catch.
Fans had to pay $5 for a “live” Airhead song, and Airhead has since been in a dispute with the music video rights holder.
The dispute is currently in the hands of the band’s legal counsel.
The band says that the video is their property, and that they’ve always paid the record label royalties for the Airhead video.
However the dispute has dragged on for a long time, with the band refusing to pay the record company a dime, according to Pitchfork.com.
The issue is now in the court system, as Airhead’s lawyers have reportedly been unable to reach an agreement with the rights holder, who has claimed that Airhead owes $10 million.
The case is currently on hold pending a hearing.
If the band is found in breach of contract, it could result in a fine of up to $150,000.
The video itself, however, is still available for purchase.