Radiohead haven’t been shy about treating audiences to new material during their latest run of tour dates, and their stop in Cincinnati, Ohio on Tuesday (June 5) was no exception: the band unveiled another new song, ‘Full Stop,’ and a pair of fan-made recordings have already made their way to the web.

As NME reports, ‘Full Stop’ is the latest in a series of new songs Radiohead has debuted during this year’s tour, following ‘Skirting on the Surface,’ ‘Identikit’ and ‘Cut a Hole’ — not to mention ‘Staircase’ and the repurposed Thom Yorke solo track ‘The Daily Mail,’ both of which joined the set list last year. That said, the two recordings of ‘Full Stop’ posted below are admittedly quite lo-fi.

Although there’s still no word on when we can expect to hear these new tracks in a studio setting, what we do know for sure is that Radiohead will have plenty of other opportunities to road test new material this year: the band is scheduled to surface at a handful of European festival shows this summer before embarking on a full tour of the continent in the fall. Have a listen to the two ‘Full Stop’ recordings below, and let us know what you think in the comments.

Check Out Radiohead’s ‘Full Stop’ (Soundcheck Recording)

Check Out Radiohead’s ‘Full Stop’ (Concert Recording)

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