Take That tour features songs inspired by mum
Fans attending the forthcoming Take That tour this summer could hear some tracks that have been inspired by an unlikely source.
According to an interview in the Sun, Gary Barlow has admitted that when he feels he is struggling writing songs, he heads back to his mum's house.
Despite writing some of Take That's biggest hits, including Back for Good, Pray and Never Forget, Barlow stated that he sometimes needs to go home to see his mother to get some new ideas.
"I leave a keyboard there and I set it up in front of the window, overlooking the fields," he told the publication.
"Suddenly I'm in a whole different situation. It's a new environment."
People who are attending the group's string of gigs this summer could try to work out which songs have been written like this as the band are set to play in cities including Sunderland, Manchester and London.
By Jemma Howard
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