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New Take That LP a distant reality, but a reality all the same

By | Published on Wednesday 5 June 2013

Take That

Naughty Mark Owen has tantalised Take That fans with hints that he, Gaz, Jay, Howard and, potentially, Robbie ‘Rob’ Williams might (and that’s a big ‘might’) start making a new LP this year. Perhaps next year if they feel like it.

Promoting his new solo LP ‘The Art Of Doing Nothing’ via the Telegraph, Mark said: “I think if we go in as a band in the next few months or next year, it’s good for me personally to have got this out, to come back in and start again”.

He added: “Gaz and Rob did some writing. I saw Gaz at the weekend, saw Jay and Howard last week. There’s plans to go back in and do another record. So that’s all great. But everybody wanted a bit of time because it was a big thing getting Rob back in the band”.

Talking about promoting Owen’s new solo album, website Talenthouse is doing its bit to plug the record by running a competition in which people from different creative disciplines contribute their musings on doing nothing. Enter that (or perhaps more aptly don’t) here.

And in lieu of any new music from The That, check out the video for the new Owen album’s lead single ‘Stars’ here:


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