As we wait as patiently as we can for new music (and new tours!) from the 1975, we have a hint as to when we could see the band on the road.

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The band's manager, Jamie Oborne,‏ responded to a fan on Twitter, not necessarily confirming a tour for October—but confirming something “live-wise.”

Not to mention, Oborne‏ also explained that the band will be doing free meet and greets—and they will be “organised properly.”

All we know is that our wallets are ready for ticket-buying.

Back in January, frontman Matty Healy debuted his new, purple locks on Instagram, and we happen to think he looks adorable.

Could this be teasing that the band's next era is going to be purple hued, following the band's pink-vibing i like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it era?

We're not sure. Everything is white for now, but we'd be all about the purple. (BRB as we go dye our hair.)

Healy is all about the teasing, of course. At the end of January, he tweeted “122 days.”

And what's in 122 days? 1st June. (The 1975. We had to.)

Would it make sense to release Music For Cars on that day? Of course. June 1 is the band's date, and it happens to be a Friday, when albums are typically released.

However, that date had previously been teased for the 1975's new EP, What A Shame. A fan asked the band's manager, Jamie Oborne, on Twitter: “When can we expect the What A Shame ep.”

And he responded with the most likely date any the 1975 fan would expect: “We are figuring out best plan now. The only date we have mentioned is June 1st. Xx.”

1st June is the most important date for any fan of the 1975—whether the release date ends up being June 1 or not. (“What a shame” is a popular lyric from the band, too, popping up in the band's tracks “Love Me,” “Paris” and “The Ballad Of Me & My Brain.”)

Earlier this year, frontman Healy teased the EPs release ahead of their third album. But with a possible June 1 release date, that would put the EP behind the release of the predicted release date of the band's new album, which has an April 27 release date, according to The Guardian.

So what exactly is the timeline? We're not sure. But we're ready for any surprises to come our way—as they do.

Recently, the band appeared to have registered two new song titles on the ASCAP database: “More Than You” and “Make It Happen.”

Of course, fans pointed out that “More Than You” is actually a lyric from their song “You,” so is this officially something new? Considering it's the official ASCAP database, we'd like to think so.

Some fans also pointed out that there are Drive Like I Do and B I G S L E E P songs included on their ASCAP database page, including “Ghosts,” “The Go,” “Wolves” and “28.” But, as the update account explains, as far as we know, these weren't Drive Like I Do tracks. (Drive Like I Do and B I G S L E E P being the 1975's old band names.)

So should we believe the hype around the April 27 release? (Or is it officially June 1?) We're not sure… But we'll be waiting to see what happens, that is for sure.

The band officially announced their third album last April, but even that caused confusion for fansMusic For Cars is the same title as the band's third EP, which was released in March 2013 and featured “Anobrain,” “Chocolate,” “HNSCC,” “Head.Cars.Bending” and “Me,” but it only made sense to make it an album title too, as Healy explains. 

“We’re using it as the album title now because of how meta and self-referential everything has become in the world of The 1975, and Music For Cars was always my favorite title of everything we’d ever done, so it kinda made sense to wrap it up that way,” Healy says of the title.

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And back in October, without a proper announcement, the band released what one might assume to be a new song, “Milk,” which fans know is not a new song—but a remastered version of the track that has been hidden in their song “You.”

So does this mean the band will be continuing to share these blasts from the past with their newest record? We’re not sure. But Healy has said previously that this record will be the end of an era for the band: “It’s always been called that, and we were always going to do a trilogy of records. I’m not saying that after this record it’s the end of the 1975, but it’s definitely the end of an era.”

There's a lot happening, and whatever the 1975 have coming, we’re ready for the ride. Healy previously discussed the return of Drive Like I Do, with a record set for release “during spring time in the coming few years.”

The band’s second album, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It, dropped in February 2016. And at the end of last year, the band surprise released their new live album DH00278.

How stoked are you for Music For Cars? Let us know in the comments below!