Robbie Williams hoping to work with Take That in the future
Robbie Williams talks Take That, his new single Candy and wanting euphoria in stadiums.
Robbie Williams made his live come back on Tuesday night (11.09.12) where he debuted his new single, ‘Candy’, and told the 2,300 strong crowd he’s hoping it will get lots of airplay on radio.
Robbie only played one other track from his forthcoming ‘Take The Crown’ album, ‘Losers’, a huge ballad.
The rest of his set was packed with previous hits including ‘Angels’, ‘She’s The One’, ‘Let Me Entertain You’ and ‘Rock DJ’.
He even joked about one of his older and more ridiculed tracks, telling the crowd: “Don’t worry, I’m not doing ‘Rudebox’.”
In a recent interview with Magic’s 10.4 breakfast show, Robbie revealed ‘Candy’ was written by him and Take That pal Gary Barlow.
“It was written with me and Gaz in the attic at my place in LA, he moved in with us for a little while and we spent days and nights up there giggling about all things in general and this was one of the first songs we wrote together.”
Asked if he had any plans on making more music with Take That.
“I really really hope so. The boys are pleased with me and I am pleased with the boys, I think there’s an open invitation but we will see what the future holds”
On being in the business of making hits.
“Whereas before I meandered with no direction trying to be experimental and interesting, I didn’t manage that bit. I want hits, I want euphoria in stadiums, I want people to sing the words back to me and I think this might be the single to do it and the album I to do that too.”
Meanwhile the singer continues his tour – of small venues he played on his first ever solo tour in 1997.
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