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Take That launch Orange-less album, while OK Go don't Let You Down

Take That launch Orange-less album, while OK Go don't Let You Down
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They are down to just three members, but that hasn’t stopped British boy band ‘Take That’ from announcing the imminent release of their new album, aptly named III.

The video of the album’s new single 'These Days' shows Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald in a series of quirky situations – including brushing their teeth together and performing in outer space.

Jason Orange left in September and Robbie Williams quit the band back in 1995.

Like many of their videos, this newest effort was filmed in one continuous shoot. It sees them follow an intricate, choreographed routine on motorised unicycles.

The band worked with Japanese director Morihiro Harano on the project which reportedly required more than 50 takes to get it just right.

It was shot by a camera mounted on an aerial drone to enable birds-eye view shots of the impressive synchronised umbrella scenes.

OK Go’s single ‘I Won’t Let You Down’ and the band’s new album ‘Hungry Ghosts’ are out now.

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