Robbie is reportedly working with his former bandmates on new material.
Robbie Williams is reportedly heading back to the studio with Take That to work on new music. It will be the first time Robbie has written with his former bandmates since 2010 and the tracks will feature on the group’s mammoth Greatest Hits album, which will come out next year to mark their 25th anniversary.
Robbie Williams is reportedly working with Take That again.
A source told The Sun: “Robbie loves being part of the creative process and he has lots to offer. He influenced the last album he featured on with his electro sound, which reflected his solo work at the time.”
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“He’s a changed man since studio sessions back in the day and takes things far more seriously,” the source added. Robbie is also said to be set to join the band for their biggest ever tour, where they’ll play the new songs live for the first time.
In February Gary Barlow confirmed that the band would tour in 2017 to mark their 25th anniversary. “The big goal for this year is getting another Take That album out,” Gary told The Sun.
“We’ll do a Greatest Hits album next year and tour the year after. A Greatest Hits with everyone would be amazing but I personally can’t imagine Jason coming back on stage for quite a few years. But if Rob could do something that would be brilliant.”
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“It would be an enormous tour, across Europe, probably the world tour if I’m honest,” he added. The group are also said to be working on a track to feature on the soundtrack to Matthew Vaughn’s sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle, which will hit theatres next June.
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