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Mark Owen: Take That to record new album in 2014
Speaking to Scotland's Real Radio, Owen explained that they have already met up to discuss future plans and confirmed that recording of the follow-up to 2010's Progress would begin next year.
"We're planning on going in and making a new record next year, so that's something to look forward to," Owen told the news provider.
However, he was coy on whether there would be a tour to promote the record adding that "it depends when we get back together whether it happens quickly or it takes a bit of time".
Progress was a major hit across the world, scoring Take That a string of number ones and also going multi-platinum in nations such as the Netherlands, Denmark and the UK.
Owen himself has also been busy recording his fourth solo album, The Art of Doing Nothing, which is due for release on June 10th. The first single, Stars, will be released a week a prior to the LP.
Posted by LB.Posted on 15 May 2013 12:49 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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