Dearest of Readers. A possibly The 1975 adjacent game is afoot!
This game may not be official. It may be made up by some little Jonny or Jane in their parent's basement, giggling away as they fool the 75iverse, but regardless - A GAME! AFOOT!
Initially featuring a logo, a flickering box, a contact link and some legal guff, it looked reasonably legit. Until it didn't, and changed into some comic sans-y text, a dodging contact button and some bizarre gubbins. But that text - it read "kind of yeah". Searching for that and "Drive Like I Do" online brought up a wikipedia page, featuring a quote from Matty Healy about how emo The 1975's forthcoming album 'Notes On A Conditional Form' may be. Tenuous, sure, but enough for your friendly neighbourhood buzzriders to keep skin in the game.
Now, it's changed again. The website now seems to be spitting out song titles - many of which are Drive Like I Do songs. Yep, 'Lost Boys' is there. Yep, 'The Go' too. Interestingly, no mention of 'Shootout At The University Fair', which is referenced in the source code of the website with the title 'Sit Down and Smile'.
What that all actually means - not a clue. Is it official? Shrug emoji goes here. It's exciting though, and that's enough for us.
Currently, the 'song titles' being shown include:
A Place I Can't Imagine
Answers on a Postcard
Our Story on Cassette
If croissants are bourgeoise, I don't want to be proletariat
UPDATE: If this reply to a post on a The 1975 fan instagram account from frontman Matty Healy is to be believed, this is very much all a 'nope'. Thinking emoji here.
UPDATE THE SECOND: Matty's on again, he says no but with more words.