The ballet star from Spandau worked on his own music. A new single will be released in March and a solo album will be released in June.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most of the record was recorded remotely and Gary enlisted the help of Pink Floyd’s touring bassist Guy Pratt.
Gary, 61, told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column, “I took a picture, all televised. Well, a lot of it was out of the way except for the summer when we could meet.
“It’s ready and coming out in a few months. I locked Guy up. “
Last year Gary announced that he would love a Spandau ballet get-together, but said it was up to former front man Tony Hadley, who left the group in 2017 – which also includes Gary’s brother Martin Kemp.
He said, “Will the Spands ride again? If everyone decided to do it, I would. I’m not trying to stop anyone. We tried another singer a year ago – I didn’t enjoy it, I don’t think it will work for all of us.
“It has to be with Tony who sings or not at all. Really, as always, the ball is in Tony’s yard. And every guy in this band knows it’s a great laugh. It’s just that some people take it more seriously than others. “