Hear Take That’s new song “Out of our heads”

Following the announcement of “Odyssey” compilation to mark the apex of the band’s incredible 30 years musical history a new single has now emerged for us to hear.
The pop funk track titled “Out of our heads” was premiered on The Hits Radio. It’s one of the three brand new songs contained on the greatest hits collection. The other songs are “Spin” and “Everlasting”.
“Odyssey” will be released on 23rd November and features brilliant collaborations. Barry Gibb will provide guest vocals on Bee Gees’ classic “How Deep Is Your Love” covered by Take That. Also Boyz II Men will guest on a new version of “Love ain’t here anymore”.
In addition to the new release, BBC will be airing a special documentary later this year titled Take That and Us. So are you ready to celebrate one of the UK’s most successful bands of all time?

“Odyssey” tracklist:

CD1:
Greatest Day (Odyssey Mix)
It Only Takes A Minute (Odyssey Mix)
These Days’ (Odyssey Mix)
Could It Be Magic (Odyssey Version)
Everything Changes (Odyssey Version)
Travel Interlude
Out Of Our Heads
A Million Love Songs (Odyssey Mix)
Sure (Odyssey Mix)
Love Ain’t Here Any More – featuring Boyz II Men (Odyssey Version)
Spin
Cry (Odyssey Mix)
Said It All (Odyssey Mix)
How Deep Is Your Love – featuring Barry Gibb (Odyssey Version)

CD2:
Let’s Do It Again Interlude
Patience (Odyssey Mix)
The Flood (Odyssey Mix)
Back For Good (Odyssey Mix)
Get Ready For It (Odyssey Alt Intro)
Everlasting
Giants (Odyssey Mix)
Shine (Odyssey Alt Intro)
Never Forget (Odyssey Version)
Relight My Fire ft. Lulu (Odyssey Version)
Babe (Odyssey Version)
Pray (Odyssey Version)
Rule The World (Odyssey Version)

Tour dates:

Sheffield FlyDSA Arena – Mon 15th April
Sheffield FlyDSA Arena – Tue 16th April
Glasgow The SSE Hydro – Thu 18th April
Glasgow The SSE Hydro – Fri 19th April
Glasgow The SSE Hydro – Sat 20th April
Manchester Arena – Mon 22nd April
Manchester Arena – Tue 23rd April
Manchester Arena – Thu 25th April
Manchester Arena – Fri 26th April
Manchester Arena – Sat 27th April
London The O2 – Thu 2nd May
London The O2 – Fri 3rd May
London The O2 – Sat 4th May
London The O2 – Sun 5th May
London The O2 – Tue 7th May
London The O2 – Wed 8th May
Birmingham Arena – Sun 12th May
Birmingham Arena – Mon 13th May
Birmingham Arena – Tue 14th May
Birmingham Arena – Fri 17th May
Birmingham Arena – Sat 18th May
Milton Keynes Stadium MK – Thu 23rd May
Southampton St Mary’s Stadium – Sat 25th May
Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium – Tue 28th May
Norwich City Carrow Road Stadium – Thu 30th May
Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium Sat 1st June
Huddersfield John Smith’s Stadium – Tue 4th June
Liverpool Anfield Stadium – Thu 6th June
Cardiff Principality Stadium – Sat 8th June


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