Take That: This Life, a brand new podcast, celebrates the return of one of the UK’s most successful artists, Take That. Across six episodes, Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald will recount pivotal moments from their epic 30+ year career, charting their journey from five young lads playing Manchester clubs to number one albums, record-breaking tours and everything in between.

The first episode of Take That: This Life is released on Thursday 19th October. Episodes will drop weekly on all podcast platforms.

The six part podcast lifts the lid on the band’s musical journey from the 90s until now, as remembered by the three people at the heart of it all. They’ll share forgotten memories, discuss parts of their lives never heard before and receive surprise video messages from special guests.

The podcast follows the announcement of the band’s ninth studio album, This Life, to be released on 24th November, new single Windows and a huge UK and Ireland tour which will see the band play 41 dates across 15 cities from April to June 2024. For tour dates and ticket information, check out takethat.com

As a familiar falsetto rings out across the opening notes of Windows, a beautiful track which tells the story of emerging from the darkness into the light, it signals a new era for one of Britain’s best selling bands; an era brimming with energy, creativity and a continued desire to challenge and surprise. Windows hints at what listeners can expect from This Life: exceptional musicality, crowd-rousing choruses and a beautiful blend of harmonies.

For a band 30+ years into their career, Take That are not standing still; constantly evolving, the future looks bright for the trio.

The band said: Who’d have thought after all this time we’d be adding professional podcasters to our resumes?! It’s been a real treat to sit down together and just chat, about some things we’ve talked about before and some things we haven’t. We hope people enjoy listening to us as we reminisce on old times and look ahead to the future of Take That.

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