Journey's Steve Perry teases comeback on social media
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Former Journey frontman Steve Perry hasn't released any music in over two decades, but the singer may have just dropped a hint on social media that that's about to change.

Perry hasn't released any new music since his 1994 solo album For the Love of Strange Medicine, but posts all over his social media, including Facebook, TwitterInstagram and YouTube, popped on on Monday, hinting at something with a short video loop featuring the phrase, "I know it's been a long time comin'."

An Amazon listing also appeared with an album called Traces slated for release on Oct. 5, but it has since been deleted. A similar listing was found in the Japanese iTunes store.

Fans will likely have definite answers by October, as Perry is scheduled to appear on CBS This Morning on Monday, Oct. 7, days after the rumored release.

In 2014, Perry surprised fans by performing onstage with band Eels, then reunited with Journey last year for the band's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. His last performance with Journey was in 1987.