Gary Barlow wants home movies for new video
Gary Barlow has asked fans to send him home movies to be shown in his latest music video
Gary Barlow has asked fans to send him home movies to be shown in his latest music video.
The 43-year-old singer wants members of the public to submit films showing them overcoming adversity, which will appear in the new video for his track, 'Since I Saw You Last'.
According to The Sun newspaper, the song will be released in April and tells the story of Gary's struggle to become a successful solo artist after Take That split in the 1996.
The song will follow the singer's tracks 'Let Me Go' and 'Face to Face' from his first full solo album in 14 years, 'Since I Saw You Last', which has already been certified double platinum.
Gary and band mates - Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen - also have plans to release their seventh studio album later this year before kicking off their tour in 2015.
Meanwhile, former band mate Robbie Williams, 39, has hinted he will not rejoin Take That for another tour.
He said: "We did a great tour together and I'm so grateful for that. I made friends with people I'd been friends with but then had stopped being, so that re-connection was great."
Robbie initially left the band in 1995 while the remaining members completed their world tour.
They reunited as a four-piece in 2006 and were joined by Robbie in 2010 for their sixth studio album, 'Progress'.