We’re just a few days away from the premiere of the final season of Game of Thrones, and after a seemingly endless wait, viewers will finally get a chance to see which of the seemingly infinite number of fan theories will come to fruition.
After an eternal wait, HBO finally gifted us with the first trailer for season eight last month and has since released a couple of other previews providing some insight into what we can expect.
Diehard fans of the show immediately set out to analyze every single frame in the trailers in an attempt to figure out what’s going to go down over the course of the last six episodes, but according to Time, they’ve now turned their attention to a Spotify playlist that allegedly has hidden the ending of the show in plain sight.
Earlier this week, Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss released a collection of songs on the platform to pair with the final season featuring an eclectic mix of tracks by Prince, Led Zeppelin, and The Grateful Dead (among many others).
According to a press release, the duo says the playlist contains clues concerning how things will play out when everything is said and done, and while there’s a chance they’re simply trolling fans for their own amusement, they probably know that’s not going to stop more than a few of them from getting in way too deep.
Remember: always theorize responsibly.