Gary Barlow announces first solo album in 7 years and gives Take That movie update on live TV - video
9 July 2020, 13:46 | Updated: 9 July 2020, 13:53
Gary Barlow announced that he is releasing a solo album at the end of 2020.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain today (Thursday, July 9) the Take That singer confirmed the new collection will be out in November and will be an orchestral project.
"It's very positive and it's with a 60-piece orchestra so get ready."
Gary's last solo offering was Since I Saw You Last in December 2013, which despite being held off the top spot by One Direction, stayed in the Top 10 chart for 13 weeks and sold an impressive 722,000 copies.
"We've got a film coming out next year featuring all our music that I think they start filming in January."
The news of Gary's solo project comes hot on the heels of the iconic Take That Meerkat Music reunion concert.
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Take That also sing 'Greatest Day', 'The Flood' and rounded the gig off with an incredible performance of 'Never Forget' from their respective homes across the world.
"This is a world first for us!" the group said ahead of the concert. "Reuniting with our old friend [Robbie Williams] online for a one-off performance!"