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News: Old Radiohead demo, is not an old Radiohead demo

RadioheadWhoops the gang over at Stereogum jumped the gun a little early when they posted up what was thought to be an old Radiohead demo.

The track titled “How Do You Sit Still/Putting Ketchup In The Fridge” is actually called “Sit Still” comes from a Canadian songwriter Christopher Stopa.

Why the mix up? Well listen for yourself below – It’s got the grainy guitars, easy drumming and calming vocals that the ‘head have been known to create.

On a associated note, Thom Yorke – Radiohead lead-man, has had two demos he created for the Rag & Bone fashion show surface on Youtube.

The confirmed tracks “Stuck Together” and “Twist” offer skewed and glitchy electronic, a recent home for the long-haired ambient-rocker.

Thom Yorke: “Stuck Together”:

Thom Yorke: “Twist”:

(via Stereogum)

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Posted in News on January 6th, 2012 - By Eva / Tags: , , , , ,