Rarely can the 1975 songs from the Drive Like I Do era be on the way

The 1975 drop “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime” about unfaithful relationships, notes on a conditional form

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The 1975 previously under the name Drive Like I Do before switching to their current title and it seems the band could release rarities of their time with that monicker.

According to band manager Jamie Oborne, fans should be able to listen to material recorded by the band under that name in the near future.

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In case you didn’t already know, Drive Like I Do isn’t the only name the band used before they settled in 1975. They also performed as Me and You Versus Them, Forever Drawing Six, Talkhouse, the Slowdown and Bigsleep.

In response to a fan question on Twitter, Oborne says he and lead singer Matty Healy have talked about releasing old material.

Yes matty and i’m talking about releasing a DLID rarity record. Would you like all that? https://t.co/IQvE9ezBs7

– Jamie Oborne (@jamieoborne) March 25, 2020

The news comes shortly after Healy had to deny rumors of a Drive Like I Do comeback earlier this month.

A website with the band’s logo surfaced online and started rumors that they were planning to return. Healy previously said that the two bands are separate entities and that a debut album will arrive at some point. The website was eventually removed and confirmed as fake.

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The 1975 were one of many bands to cancel or postpone tour dates due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

The band is preparing for the release of their album Comments on a conditional form which will be released on April 24. Previously, the band had to reschedule their European tour to have more time to work on the album.

Earlier, the 1975 shared the singles “People”, “Frail State Of Mind”, “Me & You Together Song”, “The Birthday Party” and “The 1975” all of which will be released on the record.

Oborne also let fans know that a new song from the upcoming record is on its way.

According to the manager, a full track list is also expected next week.

It’s gone for days (single digits) x https://t.co/FYEZMzQRny

– Jamie Oborne (@jamieoborne) March 25, 2020

Are you excited about hearing the 1975 material as Drive Like I Do? Let us know in the comments below.

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