Radiohead reveal more album tracklisting clues

The band hint at the inclusion of 'Up On The Ladder'

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As previously reported on NME.COM, Radiohead seem to be communicating with their fans through bizarre codes on their official website.

After a week of daily posts with what the band describe as "Worm Buffet" coding, they have suddenly switched tactics, Atease reports.

The latest post on their website features a blurred photo of frontman Thom Yorke in front of a microphone with the lyric "I'm stuck in the Tardis" labelled above.

The lyric is the first line of track 'Up On The Ladder' - a song which was originally recorded during sessions for the band's 2003 album 'Hail To The Thief'. The image's file name is titled 'upontheladder.jpg', fuelling speculation that it will appear on the band's as-yet-untitled forthcoming album.

What do you think of Radiohead's codes? Rewarding hardcore fans? Totally pretentious? Have your say in the MyNME box below.

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