Gary Barlow in talks for Disney album
Gary Barlow is in talks to release an album with Disney.
The 46-year-old Take That frontman is reportedly holding discussions to release a record consisting of tracks from his West End show 'The Girls', a collaboration with the legendary entertainment conglomerate.
An insider told The Sun newspaper: "It's a massively exciting opportunity for Gary to take the music even further.
"Working with Disney would be huge, and it is eager to develop future projects with him."
It comes after Gary and his bandmates - Mark Owen and Howard Donald - unveiled lead single 'Giants' from their forthcoming album 'Wonderland' on Friday (17.02.17).
The tune comes from the band's first album in over two years.
With 'Wonderland', the group have teamed up with a host of well known producers including Tony Hoffer (Beck, Supergrass, Goldfrapp), Stuart Price (Madonna, The Killers, Gwen Stefani) and Mark Crossy (Arctic Monkeys, The Gaslight Anthem) and the group worked on 'Giants' with Mark Ralph (Clean Bandit, Years & Years).
The LP will also mark the first album to be released on vinyl since their hit LP 'Everything Changes' in 1993.
It comes after the band - who have no less than seven UK number one albums and 12 number one singles to their name - announced they would be heading out on tour across the UK, with the majority of the 32 dates already sold out.
'Wonderland' is slated for release on March 24.