Scottish rockers The View are taking a long-running feud with a neighbour to the next level - by singing about the spat in their latest single.
Police visited guitarist Pete Reilly's home in Dundee, Scotland after nearby resident Grace Smith allegedly complained about noise coming from his house.
Now the group is getting revenge on Smith with its latest track, Grace, which tells Reilly's side of the story, while an accompanying music video portrays him as the victim in the fight.
Frontman Kyle Falconer explains, "The song and video for Grace is based on one of my mates who had a bad experience with his next-door neighbour. The neighbour gave him hell when he moved in.
"My mate is quiet. Like the lyrics say, he's a sober boy and the neighbour is a lonely girl - and then she turns psycho."