Take That announce new single Out Of Our Heads

One of the three new songs on their upcoming greatest hits Odyssey is out now.

Take That have announced details of their new single and album, called Odyssey.

Update (11/10/2018): In addition to releasing their new single today, Take That have also revealed the tracklisting for Odyssey. In addition to Out Of Our Heads, the two other new songs to feature on their upcoming greatest hits are titled Spin and Everlasting.

Two new collaborations also feature on the album. Barry Gibb will provide guest vocals on How Deep Is Your Love, originally a Bee Gees song covered by Take That, while Gary, Howard and Mark unite with Boyz II Men on Love Ain't Here Anymore.

The full tracklist to Odyssey is as follows:

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)
Cry (Odyssey Mix)
Said It All (Odyssey Mix)
How Deep Is Your Love – featuring Barry Gibb (Odyssey Version)

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)
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)

Listen to Out Of Our Heads below.


Take That are to release a new single this week.

Out Of Our Heads is one of three new songs to feature on their new greatest hits collection Odyssey. The song will get its first radio play tomorrow morning at 8am on The Hits Radio.

Released on November 23, Odyssey brings together 27 of Take That's biggest  hits from their thirty year history. Some have been reimagined with all new production and arrangements, with some famous songs from their back catalogue being rebuilt from scratch.

"‘Some have been reworked, but without spoiling what people loved about them in the first place," eplained Gary Barlow."You’ve got to be respectful, but at the same time, you’ve got to let the ambition of doing something new and refreshed come through as well."

The refreshed version of their Official Singles Chart Number 1 smash Pray was the first song revealed from the retrospective release.

Howard, Mark and Gary will tour Europe to commemorate three decades in the music business, playing over 30 arenas and stadiums in the UK alone. See where they are touring here.

View Take That's full UK singles and albums chart history here, including 12 Number 1 singles and 7 Number 1 albums.