If anyone in the British music industry these days is going the right way to get himself knighted in the future, it’s Gary Barlow. The Take That frontman played a major hand in the creation of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert last year and traversed the Commonwealth for the ‘Sing’ project. He’s also been a regular fixture on the UK ‘X Factor’ judging panel over the past couple of seasons.
Now with all the Jubilee celebrations over and done with and while he and his bandmates ponder the next Take That project, Gary has revealed that he’s releasing his (third) long-awaited solo album ‘Since I Saw You Last’ later this year.
14 years after the release of ‘Twelve Months, Eleven Days’, the new album (cover image below) will see the light of day in November and will feature 15 new songs including a duet with Sir Elton John and the lead single ‘Let Me Go’, which was officially serviced to media by Universal late this afternoon.
And brilliantly, Australia is getting in on the Barlow action, with both single and album due for local release; the single on Friday November 15, the album on Friday November 22.
02. Let Me Go
04. Face To Face (with Elton John)
06. Small Town Girls
07. 6th Avenue
08. We Like To Love
09. Since I Saw you Last
10. This House
11. Dying Inside
12. More Than Life
13. Mr Everything
15. The Song I’ll Never Write