As if they had sniffed out your Thursday afternoon lull, Glastonbury have just tweeted the mammoth news that Radiohead will be headlining their 2017 festival.
The British band haven't headlined the festival for 14 years after doing so in 1997 and 2003, though they have since played the other stage.
Having recently released their first album in six years, A Moon Shaped Pool, their slot on the pyramid stage on the Friday of Glastonbury will mark their first UK festival appearance since 2011.
The rumour mill has been churning that the Thom Yorke's ensemble would be on Worthy Farm next year, particularly after the band's "angry bear" symbol was spotted on the grass where the pyramid stage sits.
Daft Punk and The Stone Roses are also rumoured to be making an appearance, sound pretty good? Don't worry, tickets are totally sold out.