An Instagram post confirmed a collaboration between Take That and British drum and bass duo Sigma.
The two pop mega acts have teamed up on a song called “Cry”, which could be featured on their next album and sees the Manchester band push “boundaries”.
A source told The Sun newspaper: “Since their second coming Take That have been more experimental with their music but this really has pushed the boundaries. There’s a huge mutual respect between the acts and they are delighted with the end result.”
The band are also preparing to celebrate their 25th anniversary in 2017. Speculation has been rife about Robbie Williams returning to the group, but there have yet to be any official announcements.
Meanwhile Mr Williams is planning to release a new album later this year after he recently secured a deal with Sony’s Columbia Records. The album will see reunite Williams with his long-time collaborator Guy Chambers, who together wrote some of the artist’s most enduring hits including “Angels,” “Rock DJ”, “Feel” and “Millennium”.