Take That have unveiled the energetic new video for ‘Out of Our Heads’, the lead single from their forthcoming greatest hits album Odyssey, out on 23 November via Polydor. You can watch the video above.
‘Out of Our Heads’ is one of three new tracks to appear on the new album, which will also include beautifully ‘reimagined’ versions of Take That’s best-loved hits. Odyssey forms part of the band’s 30th anniversary celebrations, which – as uDiscover Music previously reported – will see the legendary group 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 Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald 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 and No.1 respectively. Third album Nobody Else sold 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 Williams’ 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.