When Radiohead speaks--or releases anything that can be viewed, downloaded, or purchased--the world stops to listen.

Last night the Brit rockers posted a previously unreleased

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Here's That New Radiohead Song Everyone's Going to Be Talking About in Exactly 3, 2, 1 . . .

When Radiohead speaks--or releases anything that can be viewed, downloaded, or purchased--the world stops to listen.

Last night the Brit rockers posted a previously unreleased song, "Staircase," to their YouTube account and the response has been positive, having already generated more than 32,000 views. The five-minute electronic-space track continues exactly where The King of Limbs left off, and even features a double dose of rhythmic glory, with drummer Clive Deamer of Get the Blessing and Portishead playing opposite Radiohead drummer Phil Selway.

The performance is part of a longer BBC segment called From the Basement, which unleashes musicians to play live music without the pressures of a live host or TV audience.

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