Since - and indeed, before - tickets for Glastonbury went on sale the other week and promptly sold out, there has been plenty of speculation about who might headline the world's biggest music festival next year.
Now, one of the most prominent names in the mix - Radiohead - have pretty much been unofficially confirmed, after a BBC webcam broadcasting live from the site picked up the band's 'modified bear' logo being painted onto/cut into the grass in front of the Pyramid Stage.
Radiohead have performed at Glastonbury numerous times, of course, but the last time was back in 2011.
Other folks are making the same assumption:
Radiohead at Glastonbury surely this is it pic.twitter.com/CS05HWnnKX
— Man With Beard (@RyanHudson2009) October 19, 2016