It’s been a good season for Radiohead completists. Only a month ago, a pair of demos surfaced from back in 1986, when they were still called On A Friday. Now, NME alerts us that yet another rarely heard Radiohead track has appeared online. Called either “How Do You Sit Still” (the more appropriate title) or “Putting Ketchup in the Fridge” (the one we prefer) and dating from the early ’90s, it’s definitely a Pablo Honey throwback. The song is a slow-building rocker that works itself up to an epic crescendo in its last minute or so, full of driving guitars and classic Yorkean angst. While it may not impress the Kid A fans out there, it certainly stands up to the band’s other early material. Check out “How Do You Sit Still”/”Putting Ketchup in the Fridge” after the jump.