The new release comes just ahead of their UK headline tour, which includes a date at the O2 Forum Kentish Town in London on 16 October.
With over 600,000 tickets sold, Take That’s Greatest Hits Live trek was one of the biggest tours of 2018.
The show will mark the band’s second ever appearance in Wales, following their performance at the Cardiff International Arena (now Motorpoint Arena) in 2005.
The fast-rising German icons are playing the midlands city's Ricoh Arena on 20 June 2020.
'Rocketman' opened in cinemas in the UK and Ireland on 24 May and nationwide in the US on 31 May.
The singer writes: "The story of how I ended up in a cinema, crying my eyes out at the sight of my family 60 years ago, is a long and convoluted one.”
Initially released on 15 September 2006, the record was produced by the band and features collaborations with Elton John and Carlos Alomar.
'Call Of The Wild' is the fiery opening cut from the band's new album 'Living The Dream', which is available now.
Originally released in 2010, 'My Best Friend Is You' was the follow-up to the singer-songwriter’s chart-topping debut, 'Made Of Bricks'.
The new reissues follow the band’s triumphant UK shows this winter, which celebrated the 20th anniversary of 1998’s platinum-selling 'Gran Turismo.'
The versatile and much-acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter's tour concludes with two shows at London's Eventim Apollo.
Inspired by Oscar Wilde, ‘Eternity’ is the artist’s personal interpretation of Wilde’s poem ‘The True Knowledge’.
The latest clip shows Gwilym Lee as Brian May walking the band through the iconic beat of their 1977 hit ‘We Will Rock You’.
The essay coincides with World Mental Health Day, which is recognised globally on 10 October.
The book's new edition features over 300 personal stereo views, with an exclusive Brian May patent Lite OWL 3-D viewer.