Take That And Sigma Have Collaborated On A Song Called “Cry”: Listen To A Snippet

Robbie Daw | May 10, 2016 2:14 pm

Will Robbie Williams and/or Jason Orange join back up with their onetime Take That mates for the band’s 25th anniversary next year? It remains to be seen. What we do know is that the British trio as it currently stands — comprised of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald — have collaborated with hit-making drum and bass duo Sigma for a new single called “Cry.”

A short video clip showing both acts in the studio recording the strings-filled track together was posted by Sigma’s Instagram account yesterday, with a note saying “Cry” will be “coming soon.”

Coming soon… #Cry ft. @takethat #Sigma #TakeThat

A video posted by SIGMA (@sigmahq) on

Sigma hit the top of the UK singles chart twice in 2014, with their dancy reworking of Kanye West‘s “Bound 2” (called “Nobody To Love”) and the Paloma Faith-featuring “Changing.” (The former also cracked the Top 30 on the US dance chart.) Later that year, Take That also hit the top of their home country’s chart, for a 12th time, with “These Days.”

Will “Cry” be the latest UK smash for all involved? Stay tuned.

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