Lost Radiohead track from the early 1990s surfaces online

'Putting Ketchup in The Fridge'/'How Do You Sit Still' can be listened to on YouTube

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A ‘lost’ Radiohead track from the early 1990s has surfaced online. Scroll down to listen to it.

The title of the track has been given as both ‘Putting Ketchup In The Fridge’ and ‘How Do You Sit Still’ by Ateaseweb.com. The Radiohead fan site wrote: “A track surfaced today with vocals sounding like Thom Yorke’s together with a Radiohead sound that could’ve been recorded in the early nineties. Think ‘Pablo Honey’, ‘The Bends’.”

Radiohead recently made two new tracks available to hear online -‘The Daily Mail’ and ‘Staircase’. The tracks, which were recorded during the studio sessions for the band’s latest album ‘The King Of Limbs’, were posted on the band’s official YouTube account. They’re also available to buy on music streaming service Deezer and Amazon.co.uk.

Last month, [url=http://www.nme.com/news/radiohead/60513]two previously unreleased Radiohead demos were posted online[/url]. The songs, ‘Everybody Knows’ and ‘Girl (In The Purple Dress)’, were recorded when the band were still known as On A Friday and before guitarist Jonny Greenwood joined the band.

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