Duran Duran Suing Its Own Fan Club

British 80  British 80's pop band Duran Duran have their pictures taken during a promotional album tour on a boat in Hong Kong 26 August 2004. L-R: Guitar-Andy Taylor, Singer Simon le Bon, Keyboards Nick Rhodes, Bass John Taylor and drummer Roger Taylor. (MIKE CLARKE/AFP/Getty Images)   

Duran Duran is suing its own fan club.

Yes, breaking news: Duran Duran is still, in fact, a band. If you forgot who Duran Duran is, here’s a reminder, courtesy of Google.

(Photo: screen capture)

(Photo: screen capture)

The group is suing the fan club, based out of Chicago, because it says in 2010 the two parties agreed to a contract that the club could “collect memberships and sell merchandise” and Duran Duran was supposed to reap 75 percent of the profits, but apparently the group has not been paying the agreed revenue.

Most likely, it’s because no one in 2014 is joining a Duran Duran fan club, therefore the club isn’t receiving anything more than a pittance and cannot pay the band its due.