Take That have today unveiled the energetic new video for ‘Out of Our Heads’, the lead single from their forthcoming greatest hits album Odyssey, out 23rd November via Polydor. ‘Out of Our Heads’ is 1 of 3 new tracks to appear on the album, which will also include beautifully ‘re-imagined’ versions of their best-loved hits. Odyssey forms part of the band’s 30th anniversary celebrations, which will see the most successful live act in UK history embark on an epic 38 date nationwide tour.

Directed by Michael Baldwin, the upbeat video is the perfect accompaniment to ‘Out of Our Heads’’ high-energy, hedonistic sound. It sees Gary, Mark and Howard performing the track in front of a psychedelic, ever-changing backdrop, with ‘60’s era symbology and swirling visuals giving the video an old-school, feel-good vibe. The band are even transported into Beatles-esque animations, completing the surreal feel and playing to the song’s timeless mood.

Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen are Take That in 2018 and continue the legacy of one of the most successful bands in British chart history. Formed as a five piece in 1989, they enjoyed immediate success with their first two albums charting at No.2 & No.1 respectively. Third album Nobody Else confirmed their global domination, selling over six million copies and topping the charts in 11 countries. The departure of band member Robbie Williams prompted a break up in 1996 and nine years in the wilderness before the other four members reunited for 2005’s The Ultimate Tour. This sparked one of the greatest comebacks in British music history with Take That going on to release three No.1 albums in just four years. Robbie’s return for 2011’s Progress saw them break the record for the fastest selling album of the 21st century and fastest selling tour of all time in the UK. Williams’ second departure, along with that of Jason Orange left the remaining three members to release III and 2017’s Wonderland, which were certified platinum and gold respectively. Their longevity and ability to create relevant, timeless pop music has taken Take That to the summit of British pop music and Odyssey will celebrate their place as the one of the world’s greatest ever bands.

Full Odyssey Album Tracklist



1. Greatest Day (Odyssey Mix)

2. It Only Takes A Minute (Odyssey Mix)

3. These Days (Odyssey Mix)

4. Could It Be Magic (Odyssey Version)

5. Everything Changes (Odyssey Version)

6. Travel Interlude

7. Out Of Our Heads

8. A Million Love Songs (Odyssey Mix)

9. Sure (Odyssey Mix)

10. Love Ain’t Here Anymore – featuring Boyz II Men (Odyssey Version)

11. Spin

12. Cry (Odyssey Mix)

13. Said It All (Odyssey Mix)

14. How Deep Is Your Love – featuring Barry Gibb (Odyssey Version)


1. Let’s Do It Again Interlude

2. Patience (Odyssey Mix)

3. The Flood (Odyssey Mix)

4. Back For Good (Odyssey Mix)

5. Get Ready For It (Odyssey Alt Intro)

6. Everlasting

7. Giants (Odyssey Mix)

8. Shine (Odyssey Alt Intro)

9. Never Forget (Odyssey Version)

10. Relight My Fire – featuring Lulu (Odyssey Version)

11. Babe (Odyssey Version)

12. Pray (Odyssey Version)

13. Rule The World – (Odyssey Version)

Take That Greatest Hits Live 2019 dates:

Friday 12 April Sheffield FlyDSA Arena

Saturday 13 April Sheffield FlyDSA Arena

Monday 15 April Sheffield FlyDSA Arena

Tuesday 16 April Sheffield FlyDSA Arena

Thursday 18 April Glasgow The SSE Hydro

Friday 19 April Glasgow The SSE Hydro

Saturday 20 April Glasgow The SSE Hydro

Monday 22 April Manchester Arena

Tuesday 23 April Manchester Arena

Thursday 25 April Manchester Arena

Friday 26 April Manchester Arena

Saturday 27 April Manchester Arena

Monday 29 April Dublin 3Arena

Tuesday 30 April Dublin 3Arena

Thursday 02 May London The O2

Friday 03 May London The O2

Saturday 04 May London The O2

Sunday 05 May London The O2

Tuesday 07 May London The O2

Wednesday 08 May London The O2 `

Thursday 09 May London The O2

Friday 10 May London The O2

Sunday 12 May Birmingham Arena

Monday 13 May Birmingham Arena

Tuesday 14 May Birmingham Arena

Thursday 16 May Birmingham Arena

Friday 17 May Birmingham Arena

Saturday 18 May Birmingham Arena

Sunday 19 May Birmingham Arena

Thursday 23 May Milton Keynes Dons

Saturday 25 May Southampton St Mary’s Stadium

Sunday 26 May Southampton St Mary’s Stadium

Tuesday 28 May Bristol City Ashton Gate Stadium

Thursday 30 May Norwich Carrow Road Stadium

Saturday 01 June Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium

Tuesday 04 June Huddersfield John Smith Stadium

Thursday 06 June Liverpool Anfield Stadium

Saturday 08 June Cardiff Principality Stadium

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