The Kinks have something brewing that will be revealed tomorrow.
They sent out a tweet today that says, "Tune into BBC Radio 2 at 8:15 a.m. tomorrow to hear something very special." That's 3:15 a.m. ET, so we could be waking to the news of a possible new Kinks recording or a reunion tour. In June, Ray Davies said he'd been working on a new album with his brother Dave Davies and longtime drummer Mick Avory. But Dave didn't exactly coraborate the story, saying, "Me and Ray have spoken about the possibility of us working on a new album. Ray has a few songs he wants to finish. I have three or four songs I’ve written with Ray. We’ve been talking about it for some time now. We haven’t discussed shows or anything else at the moment."
The Kinks "parted company" in 1996 following the release of Phobia. Original bass player Pete Quaife died in 2010.