Mark, who dressed up as an astronaut for the video which was shot in Berlin, has been through a marriage split (and reconciliation) as well as rehab since his last solo album, How The Mighty Fall, which was released in 2005.Former Take That star Mark Owen has unveiled the video for Carnival, the fourth track taken from his latest album, ' The Art Of Doing Nothing'.
Released back in June, 'The Art of Doing Nothing' is Mark's fourth studio album, and it comes eight years after the release of his third studio album 'How the Mighty Fall'.
Take That star Mark Owen’s brand new solo album ‘The Art of Doing Nothing’ is sitting in the Top 20 of the midweek charts right now, and he recently unveiled the music video for it’s lead single ‘Stars’ (click here to watch! Now, he’s treated fans to some exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of the making of the video!
The band's debut album Take That & Party was released on 17 August 1992. The following year saw the release of their second album, Everything Changes.
His father was a decorator, later getting a job at a police station. Owen was educated at the Holy Rosary Primary and St Augustine’s Catholic School in Oldham.
After selecting Gary Barlow as the group's lead singer in 1989, Nigel Martin-Smith introduced Owen, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and finally Robbie Williams to the fold.
Take That star Mark Owen has announced details of a June UK tour supporting new album ' The Art of Doing Nothing'.
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Mark Owen has premiered the video for his new solo single ' Stars', the first track to be taken from his new album ' The Art of Doing Nothing'.
The Take That star has also confirmed dates for a June UK tour.
The group were signed to RCA records, and after a number of top 40 hits, eventually secured their first number one with Barlow's "Pray".
Previous hits included "A Million Love Songs", "It Only Takes a Minute" and "Could It Be Magic".