Gary Barlow has defined that following Take That's Greatest Hits tour subsequent 12 months, he has "no concept" the place the band will go subsequent after 30 years collectively.
With Robbie Williams presently warming a seat as a choose on The X Factor and bandmate Jason Orange additionally leaping ship – it is Mark Owen and Howard Donald accompanying Gary on the band's upcoming UK tour.
"The nineties period for us felt like chapter one," Barlow revealed to The Sun. "I do additionally really feel like this explicit album [Odyssey] looks like the top of chapter two and provides us the liberty to go now to wherever we wish from this level.
"It means we wrap it up in a very nice means having celebrated all of the music from the final 30 years nevertheless it then offers us a doorway to one thing totally different and one thing new sooner or later."
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He then mentioned the band's plans following the 2019 enviornment tour, including: "It may very well be something. We clearly did an enormous reunion with the 5 of us in 2011, so in some respect that is a part of chapter two, and pay attention, we're not right here telling you what chapter three is - we have no concept.
"I do not assume there'll ever be an announcement once more that Take That are splitting up, but when we got here again to this once more it could be one thing totally different with a brand new concept in thoughts."
With Howard set to host Channel four's new automobile present Mission Ignition, this might imply that his musical pleasures get shoved to the background for some time.
However, he is nonetheless open to future Take That tasks, noting: "We do not should rush into something and if we do comeback, it will likely be one thing utterly new and recent."
Take That's 'Greatest Hits Tour' will kick off in Sheffield on April 15, 2019.