The newly reunited Take That will be releasing their long-awaited album, titled, Progress on 22nd November.
You can get your hands on the first single to be taken from the album, The Flood from 14th November digitally and 15th November physically.
THERE have been singles, albums, DVDs, tours, dolls, T-shirts – and now TAKE THAT the movie is heading your way.
Cameras have been following GARY BARLOW, MARK OWEN, HOWARD DONALD and JASON ORANGE since they finally broke bread with ROBBIE WILLIAMS and reunited as a five-piece.
The warts-and-all account of the man band over the last 18 months is heading for a nationwide cinema release at Christmas – which will be a box-office smash with their fans.
It should be gripping stuff, with uncensored behind-the-scenes footage of the group as they buried the hatchet after all the bad blood over the years.
TAKE THAT new single The Flood makes a big statement and marks their return with the original line-up.
Robbie takes lead vocals with Gary on the epic, electronic pop hit. MADONNA’s producer STUART PRICE has his fingerprints all over it too .
The song was the first the band recorded at Electric Lady Studios when they met for Mark’s stag do in New York last year.
The lyrics have some interesting messages, with the band “shouting love at the world” and referring to themselves as “cavemen” re-emerging.
There is even a line about “never dancing again”, which Gary must be delighted about. Howard plays drums on the track, with Gary on keyboards.
The Take That bandwagon is now in full swing.