LONDON (VIP-NEWS) — Sixties rock legends The Kinks are planning to reunite for shows in the future, hinting they could even take a slot at next year’s Glastonbury Festival.
While the relationship between frontman Ray Davies, 72, and his brother Dave, 69, has been described as ‘toxic’ in the past, with an incident where Ray even stamped on his brother’s 50th birthday cake, it seems the pair have rekindled their bond after 20 rocky years.
Speaking to The Sun, Ray said: ‘Dave and I will definitely work together again. And we want to play live.’
When asked if they had any idea where they would perform, Ray teased: ‘Maybe The Kinks could play Glastonbury?’
They’d certainly go down a storm in the coveted Sunday afternoon ‘legends’ slot, but they may have some competition from the likes of Phil Collins and Cliff Richard.
The brothers sparked rumours they’d return after briefly reuniting back in December 2015, where Dave was joined on-stage by Ray at Islington Assembly Hall to perform 1964’s You Really Got Me.
A movie biopic titled You Really Got Me is also scheduled to be released in 2017, so it seems like the perfect time to launch a full scale Kinks revival.
According to Metro.co.uk