Take That star Mark Owen will visit O2 Academy Bristol this summer to promote his new album The Art Of Doing Nothing.
Mark Owen recently premiered the video for his new solo single Stars, the first track to be taken from his new album The Art Of Doing Nothing.
Mark recorded much of new record in The Rabbit Hutch – basically, a studio at the end of his garden!
The accompanying music video for Stars was filmed in Berlin and inspired by the French street artist Victor Ash.
The Art Of Doing Nothing is Mark’s fourth studio album. Set for release in June, the record comes eight years after the release of his third LP How The Mighty Fall.
A source said: “Mark is really excited about the new album – he sees it more as a collaborative work than a solo album, something he made with a collection of his friends.
“He’s worked with some really interesting people on it including singer-songwriter Ren Harvieu and Charlie Russell, the producer who has worked with Alt-J, as well as some brilliant illustrators, photographers and filmmakers.
“People will be surprised by the results – it’s not what fans will expect.”
As a solo artist, Mark Owen has sold over 400,000 records worldwide, with hits including Child, Clementine and Four Minute Warning.
Mark Owen hits O2 Academy Bristol on June 11, 2013. Tickets go on sale at 9am on May 10, 2013.