Take That have unveiled their new single 'Hey Boy', taken from the repackaged version of their chart-topping 2014 album 'III'.
Take That have unveiled their new single 'Hey Boy'.
The three-piece group - featuring Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen - have debuted their brand new single, available now, which is the first new track to be taken from the 2015 edition of their hit album 'III', out on November 20.
The 80s-infused track has been produced by Greg Kurstin who is famed for working with Katy Perry, Lily Allen and Ellie Goulding and it will receive its first live performance tonight (16.10.15) when they sing on the first episode of the new series of 'TFI'.
Tweeting about the track and performance, Gary wrote: ''Up and out ! Big day in TT world ! Very excited for you all to hear our new music (sic).''
As well as hits 'Get Ready For It' and 'These Days', the repackaged version of their album features three other new songs and is packaged together with a live DVD of a show from their recent tour, which ended earlier this week in Milan.
Meanwhile the positive reaction to their new single isn't the only good news for the band, as Howard revealed in August he is going to become a dad for the third time.
Announcing the news on Twitter, he wrote: ''I have some amazing news to share with you all..... Katie and I are having a baby! so proud of my beautiful wife and can't wait for the newest member of our family to arrive. (sic)''
He later added: ''Thankyou for all your wonderful messages. The baby is due early jan. Boy or girl? Guesses on a postcard plse (sic).''
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