Robbie Williams Says That He Has 'Two Albums Coming Out Pretty Soon'

10 January 2023 | 10:02 am | Mary Varvaris

"I want to put an album out before the summer," the Rock DJ singer said.

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The unofficial Robbie Williams Rewind Podcast has just premiered its biggest episode yet, with hosts Lucy and Matt ("The Champions") joined by the man himself for a two-hour chat.

The Rock DJ singer talked about his side project Lufthaus, tattoos, writing songs for his children, and more with The Champions, and answered questions in a Q&A from fans.

"I have got two albums coming out pretty soon," Williams teased. "I have a vault of new Lufthaus stuff. I could do three albums of it as Robbie Williams, but new stuff gets written, and you get excited about that. I want to put an album out before the summer."

So, that's under six months of waiting, as summer begins in June in the UK. 

"I want to do more Under The Radar gigs as there is Robbie, the public entity, but there are the guys at the front who want more," he added, explaining his intentions behind performing more songs from his Under The Radar compilations. "But there are 17,000 others who know Feel, and She’s The One. It is fucking annoying I can’t do Andy Warhol or Just Want People To Like Me. That is what I would rather be doing, but I am there to provide a service."

Robbie Williams will return to Australia this November behind his latest album, XXV and celebrate 25 years as a solo artist.

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The Robbie Williams XXV tour will see the entertainer play a set full of his greatest hits and audience favourites at a series of A Day On The Green shows, as well as perform two enormous stadium concerts in Sydney and Melbourne. 

The stadium gigs will take place in Sydney at the newly renovated Allianz Stadium on Thursday, 16 November and in Melbourne at AAMI Park on Thursday, 23 November.

Robbie will also play A Day On The Green events at Sirromet Wines in Mount Cotton, Queensland on 18 November, and Mt Duneed Estate in Geelong in regional Victoria on 25 November, before traversing the country to make his Swan Valley, WA debut at Nikola Estate on 1 December.

The tour will kick off with one show in New Zealand at Mission Estate Winery Concert in Hawkers Bay on 11 November.

Speaking on the tour, Williams reflected on his relationship with Australia and his excitement to be returning to our shores for the XXV tour. 

Australasia is one of my favourite places in the world to tour; I feel so at home there and hugely appreciate the warm, loving welcome I always receive. I can't wait to do these shows in 2023 and spend some time with my fans.

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