Many people had hoped that the success of Take That would continue but this has now become questionable after it was revealed that the band were now taking a break. In an announcement that came as little surprise too many music experts is was revealed that the band would now break for an agreed amount of time. How long this agreed amount of time is has not been confirmed but it is believed that it will be around two years.
The band enjoyed phenomenal success when they had a sell out UK tour, with many people stating that the tour was the best ever. The revenues and popularity of the band was boosted majorly when Robbie Williams rejoined the band for the first time since he left several years ago. Big questions were raised when Williams rejoined the band regarding whether the band would work but it did and they enjoyed great success.
The band will now rest for some time whilst they pursue different individual commitments. Singer and songwriter Gary Barlow s busy working on the X Factor judging panel and is also focusing on producing material for other artists. Most notably he has recently written a song for 2010 X Factor winner Matt Cardle.
Other Take That members are believed to be resting and pursuing business opportunities in their free time.
It is believed that Robbie Williams will now focus on his future solo material that he will release. It is unknown whether the star will focus on the UK or US music market; William currently lives in the United States.
It has been reported that Williams is working with the former EMI record producer Chris Briggs to decide which songs should appear on his next solo album. Apparently Williams has been very buys producing music and he has a lot more tracks than he requires for his next album, for this reason he has seeked help to select the best tracks.
Rumours are now mounting about how Williams will release the follow up to the album Reality Killed The Video Star which he recorded in 2009. Williams has now completed his commitments with EMI and it is rumoured that numerous other record companies are interested in gaining his services.