Reunited Take That reveal album title

Reunited Take That have revealed the title of their eagerly awaited album - Progress.

The release, which sees them reunited with Robbie Williams, will be out on November 22.

A single, The Flood, will be out a week earlier and will be premiered on radio stations on October 8.

A statement on behalf of the band said: “Following the most exciting reunion in British pop history, Take That unveil the title of their long-awaited new album – Progress.”

Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Williams filmed the video for The Flood on location at Dorney Lake in Eton and along the River Thames.

The quintet got back together in New York in September last year and set about writing and recording new songs shortly afterwards.

Williams quit the band in 1995 but, after years of recriminations, he has buried the hatchet with Barlow in recent years. The pair release a joint single Shame on October 4.

Stuart Price, who has worked with artists such as Madonna and Kylie Minogue, has produced the new Take That album.

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