Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 21 October 2014

Take That working on new album

Take That are back in the recording studio, although it's still not clear if Robbie Williams will be joining them

Take That have hinted that they have started work on their next album.

Howard Donald promised fans that they would enjoy the new tracks.

"Studio today with the boys!" he tweeted. " Excited! We will do our very best to deliver an amazing album.

"One great track down, many more to come."

Bandmate Gary Barlow, who quit The X Factor at the end of the last series, later retweeted Howard's comment, saying: "Me too."

Robbie Williams was recently reported to be unsure about re-joining Take That for their new album, their follow-up to 2010 chart-topper Progress.

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