Did Matty Healy just confirm The 1975 are making a Drive Like I Do album?

It sounds like they may be returning to their pre-fame roots once 'Music For Cars' is done.
If you pay attention to Matty Healy’s Twitter feed, you may have just noticed things got really rather interesting.

A history lesson first. Before The 1975 came Drive Like I Do – the pre fame incarnation of the band that was prone to playing Fall Out Boy covers and tracks like ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Lost Boys’.

Late last year, the frontman even told a fan the band were planning to make a Drive Like I Do album.



And now, it looks like he’s confirmed they will.

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: “The 1975 and Drive Like I Do are separate entities.

“The 1975 are currently working on the final instalment of their trilogy of albums: Music For Cars. Drive Like I Do will release their debut album during spring time in the coming few years.”




Interesting, right? The 1975 are set to headline Parklife and Latitude over the next couple of months. We’re expecting ‘Music For Cars’ to drop in 2018.

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