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Musical family’s YouTube parody pulled from website amid copyright row with Sony

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A MUSICAL family who parody hits on YouTube had their latest video pulled in a copyright row.

Ben Marsh, wife Danielle and their four children upset Sony with Have The New Jab, a spoof version of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah.

Their video was taken down for three days.

But the couple and children Alfie, 13, Thomas, 12, Ella, 11, and Tess, eight, got it reinstated.

History professor Ben, of Faversham, Kent, said: “It has been a tiring but a heartening process.”

The family got more than five million views last year with their version of One Day More from Les Misérables.

They have also done versions of Queen’s Under Pressure and Where You Are from Disney’s Moana.

The family sing: "I heard there was a rumour shared, that Covid vaccines were unprepared or brewed to real censor and control you.

"Well it goes like this; a fourth a fifth of people might all fall for this.

"They're thinking of opposing having new jabs.

"Have the new jab."

Family go viral with stunning coronavirus lockdown adaptation of Les Miserables’ One Day More

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