Ariel Pink's former drummer has dropped a $1 million lawsuit against the LA-based musician.

Aaron Sperske filed the lawsuit last August after claiming he was owed money due to an "oral partnership' where he would share "equally in the profits and expenses of the partnership." He then demanded to have a 25% ownership of the Ariel Pink's tracks, which included future touring royalties.

As Pitchfork notes, both parties have settled their differences. "We are very pleased with the results of this case, and that it has been settled to the satisfaction of all of the parties," said Dan Kapelovitz, Pink's attorney, in a statement. "Ariel Pink and the other musicians can now focus on creating music instead of defending a federal lawsuit."

Watch the video for 'Only In My Dreams', taken from Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti's latest album Mature Themes.

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