Get Ready for It

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  • This song was written for the soundtrack of the Matthew Vaughn-directed movie Kingsman: The Secret Service and plays during its closing credits. It was the third song Take That recorded for a Matthew Vaughn film, following their "Rule The World" hit from Stardust and the X-Men: First Class closing credits tune "Sing Sing."
  • The song was produced by John Shanks. The American has worked with artists from a wide from a variety of genres including Stevie Nicks, Bon Jovi and The Jonas Brothers.
  • The music video features actress Sofia Boutella, who plays Gazelle in Kingsman: The Secret Service. The clip was shot using locations from the film.
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