Take That book to feature unseen photos

A new photographic book celebrating the Take That story and featuring personal and previously unseen pictures will be published this autumn.

The book is to be published by Penguin in two volumes and will celebrate everything from the formation of the band in 1990 to the present day.

The images will include personal pictures, previously unseen images from the Take That archive, as well as specially-commissioned new photography, with text written by the band.

Jonathan Wild, on behalf of the band, said: “The guys have wanted to do a book for a long time, but it was important that the timing, as well as the creative idea was right.

“They’re really looking forward to producing what will be a fantastic collector’s piece featuring imagery spanning almost two decades, along with comment which is both honest and personal.”

The book will be published in October following the band’s summer tour.

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