An iconic 90s pop band is set to release their first new music in five years.
Take That are planning on making their chart comeback with their first original song since 2017, as they work on the follow-up album to the record Wonderland.
Speaking to The Sun, Gary said of the new music: 'Only four days ago we were shooting a video for our new single which is going to be played this week. It’ll be sometime on Radio 2, we are so excited.
'Obviously it has been quite a few years since we had new music. I think 2017 was our last official new music and this one I am so excited for you to hear.'
Relighting everyone's fire: Take That (L-R) Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Gary Barlow are planning on making their chart comeback with their first original song since 2017
Comeback: Gary Barlow , Mark Owen and Howard Donald have already filmed their new music video for the song, which they expect to be released some time this wee (L-R: Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen)
On what fans could expect from the song, he added: 'It sounds really different and emotional and fitting for where we are now in our lives. We are very proud.'
The three-piece joined EMI Music Publishing earlier this year, with their upcoming album their first full length collection since signing their new deal.
Howard previously hinted that the group were heading in a 'new direction' with their music, adding that their new LP is 'sounding absolutely brilliant.'
While Gary first teased big plans for the band back in 2021, telling The Sun: 'I am desperate to get back into the band if I’m honest. For us, 2023 will be a big year for Take That. It is Mark, Howard and me for the next few years.'
The big news comes after Take That confirmed that they are 'back for good' after their hotly-anticipated gig at King Charles III's Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle.
Less than 24 hours after they left the stage, the group announced their big comeback.
Sharing a video of themselves during the show on their Instagram, they wrote: 'It was incredible to perform live together again for the first time in 4 years and there is so much more to come. We're back for good.'
It comes after Robbie Williams reunited on stage with his former Take That bandmate Mark Owen last month for the first time in 12 years.
New music: Gary said of the new music: 'Only four days ago we were shooting a video for our new single which is going to be played this week. It’ll be sometime on Radio 2, we are so excited'
Together: The boyband have been operating with the three stars, Gary, Mark and Howard Donald since 2014 after Robbie Williams and Jason left to focus on their personal lives (pictured L-R Howard, Mark, Gary, Robbie and Jason in 2011)
While performing at the Sandringham House in Norfolk, the singer, 49, surprised 20,000 fans by bringing out Mark, 49, on stage.
The duo performed their 2008 hit single Greatest Day in the grounds of King Charles' royal residence which was turned into a massive eco-friendly concert venue for the evening.
Fans were thrilled to see Robbie and Mark sharing the stage again for the first time in over a decade as they wrapped their arms around one another during the performance.
Amazing: It comes after Robbie Williams reunited on stage with his former Take That bandmate Mark Owen last month for the first time in 12 years
Reunited: While performing at the Sandringham House in Norfolk, the singer, 49, surprised 20,000 fans by bring out Mark, 49, on stage
Stars: Take That formed in 1990 with the original line-up consisting of (clockwise L-R) Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen (pictured in 1993)
Robbie commanded attention in a gold sequin sleeveless top which he teamed with silver metallic trousers and a white scarf.
Meanwhile Mark turned heads in a pair of bright red trousers which he tucked a black silk shirt into.
The singers seemed in high spirits during the gig which is the final stop of Robbie's world XXV tour, which marked 25 years since he left Take That to go solo.
Joining the duo in the iconic band was Gary Barlow, 52, and Howard Donald, 55, and Jason Orange, who shockingly quit the group back in 2014.
Following Robbie exiting the group in 1995, Gary, Mary and Howard continued as a successful trio.