A few days ago, Radiohead’s Thom Yorke lashed out against the low royalties being paid to musicians and artists from the online streaming service Spotify, and subsequently removed his solo album The Eraser from Spotify’s library, as well the music from his experimental supergroup Atoms for Peace.

Although Thom Yorke can afford to do this, he is hoping to make a point that will be noticed and influence a change. While Spotify are unlikely to change their system due to the loss of one musician from their catalogue, other big names have started to join in by publicly stepping up to Spotify. This time, it’s the turn of Yannis Philippakis from Foals who took to Twitter to vent his frustration and dispel rumours about how much bands are earning.