Robbie can be forming his very personal band after beforehand being aside of Take That (Image: Getty)
Robbie Williams has revealed that he’s planning on forming his personal band – nevertheless it received’t contain any of his former Take That bandmates.
The singer was a member of the boyband from its formation in 1990 till 1995 when he famously give up.
Robbie later rejoined the group – consisting of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen – for his or her sixth studio album Progress in 2010, however subsequently left once more to concentrate on his profitable solo profession.
Nonetheless, the 46-year-old did discover the time to reunite with his old bandmates for a virtual performance earlier this year.
Now, Robbie has revealed he’s within the technique of getting collectively his personal musical ensemble with a pair of Australian songwriters and producers – and so they have already labored on a number of songs they plan to launch sooner or later.
Throughout an Instagram reside, he defined: ‘Little challenge that I’ve received happening with a few buddies of mine, Flynn Francis and Tim Metcalfe. We’re forming a band everybody.
‘I’ve received songs popping out that won’t be underneath the identify of Robbie Williams.’
Robbie hopes to host raves in the course of the band’s reveals (Image: Getty Photos)
Robbie mentioned that the band’s performances won’t be your typical live performance, as he hopes to host raves in music venues whereas showcasing paintings he has produced in lockdown in the course of the day.
He continued: ‘I’m gonna do that factor with my buddies. Kind a band and what I’m gonna do is hire an area, put my artwork in there. Throughout the day it’ll be a gallery.
‘Then at evening I shall be DJing and it is going to be a musical venue, one thing the outdated of us will name a rave.’
Robbie was a member of Take That between 1990 and 1995, and once more in 2010 (Image: WireImage)
‘I’m very, very enthusiastic about this. I need to do it in Berlin. I additionally need to do it in Tokyo. I wanna do it in a number of locations. Be enjoyable received’t it?’
It comes simply as Robbie shaded the music of his former Take That bandmate Gary Barlow, expressing his perception that he’s ‘not going to be primary’ at Christmas.
Showing on The One Present, he had made an look to debate his new single Can’t Stop Christmas, the lyrics of which handle the coronavirus pandemic.
Whereas discussing the festive observe, Alex Jones mentioned to Robbie: ‘You’ve mentioned within the press your self that you just don’t suppose that is going to be primary,’ an announcement that he responded to by nodding.
Alex then continued: ‘We’ve received Gary [Barlow] on in a few weeks time earlier than Christmas, he’s clearly received some new music out as nicely.’
Robbie interjected: ‘He’s not going to be primary both,’ which prompted laughter from everybody else within the studio.