The 1975 have delighted fans by quashing rumours of their demise by returning to social media with new pink album artwork.
The band had sparked fear among fans, after posting an ominous message that they had 'already gone', before the band and all individual members' profiles disappeared from Facebook and Twitter.
Now, however, they're back - and all sharing a re-imagined version of the artwork and logo but in pink. Could we assume that this is the cover of their hotly-anticipated second album?
Check out the artwork below - along with a pink square shared by Matt Healy for some reason:
"Our projected identity must change not only visually but philosophically – how do you do that?," wrote frontman Matt Healy in his original Twitter comment, "Firstly we must reclaim our identity & repossess our control of it...Until then there won’t be any pop music or dancing with long hair."
He continued: "The hardest part of any relationship is to say goodbye. As much as we might like things to stay the same, change is an inevitable part of life. We can't simply go on forever – always staying the same, never evolving. So we must leave, with a parting 'we love you' – we are already gone."
Last week, Healy shared a blurred image of what it appears to be a tracklisting: