Ray & Dave Davies (David M. Benett/ Dave Benett/Getty Images; Al Pereira)U.K. newspaper The Sun reported that Ray Davies declared during an interview last week that he and his brother and fellow original Kinks member Dave Davies “will definitely work together again” and that they also want to play live. However, both Dave and his big brother have since posted notes on Facebook claiming that Ray’s comments in The Sun‘s article were misleading. The disputed comments apparently were made during an interview last week at the Q Awards in London and also seemed to suggest that The Kinks could reunite to play Glastonbury in 2017

Dave, The Kinks’ founding lead guitarist, wrote in his message, “Me and Ray have not spoken about Kinks shows at all — although [we’re] trying to work together on other stuff and have worked on music together.” Dave also revealed that he and Ray both have completed new solo albums, and that his own is titled Open Road, which he worked on with his son Russ and plans to release next year.

As for Ray, his Facebook page posted a message Monday that partly echoes Dave’s note, reading, “Ray Davies was misquoted at the recent Q awards. Both Ray and Dave have solo albums coming out next year and have no plans to re-unite in the immediate future.”

Ray was at the Q Awards to accept the Classic Songwriter prize. The Sun reports that Davies also told the newspaper that he’s hoping to bring the popular Kinks-themed U.K. stage musical Sunny Afternoon to New York City.

Last December, Ray performed live with Dave for the first time in almost 20 years when he made a surprise appearance during the encore of his brother’s solo concert in London.

Copyright © 2016, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.