The ‘Rock DJ’ hitmaker has revealed he has an abundance of tunes recorded for his facet challenge Lufthaus, however he needs to deal with that as a “reside entity” for now.
However followers can anticipate loads of new music from the previous Take That star within the coming months.
He teased: “I’ve received two albums popping out fairly quickly. I’ve a vault of recent Lufthaus stuff. I may do three albums of it as Robbie Williams however new stuff will get written and also you get enthusiastic about that. I need to put an album out earlier than the summer season.”
The 48-year-old pop star has loads of concepts for future releases, together with a need to make a follow-up to his 2006 dance LP ‘Rudebox’, which featured the Pet Store Boys and featured manufacturing by Mark Ronson.
Explaining his intentions for Lufthaus, he continued: “I’m not certain if there will likely be a Lufthaus album. We (Lufthaus) did Ibiza and everyone goes mad and the DJ mentioned, ‘They love us mate.’ We are attempting to determine what reside entity Lufthaus is.
“I wish to do a ‘Rudebox 2’ (as nicely) however I modify with the wind.”
The ‘Angels’ hitmaker confessed that he would like to play extra of his lesser-known songs from his ‘Underneath the Radar’ compilations.
He mentioned on the ‘Robbie Williams Rewind’ podcast: “I need to do extra ‘Underneath the Radar’ gigs as there’s Robbie the general public entity however there are the fellows on the entrance who need extra. However there are 17,000 others who know ‘Really feel’ and ‘She’s The One’. It’s f annoying I can’t do ‘Andy Warhol’ or ‘Simply Need Individuals To Like Me’. That’s what I’d moderately be doing however I’m there to supply a service.”
And Robbie has expressed his need to pen tunes with James Blunt.
He added: “I need to write with James. We now have ran into one another lots this 12 months. We hold saying we are going to get right into a room however we’re seldom in a single place.”
Robbie launched his tenth compilation album, ‘XXV’, in September, that includes new, reimagined variations of his hit songs, plus new materials.
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