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11 September 2012, 07:15
The 'Rock DJ' singer hints that he will be heading out on a new "euphoric" tour playing huge venues.
Robbie Williams has told Capital FM that his upcoming new album 'Take The Crown' is full of "big stadium" sounding songs.
The 'Come Undone' singer hinted that he could also be set to take the album on a new tour performing at huge venues – having recently confirmed his first live solo dates in seven years.
"We are at big stadium sounding album," he admitted when questioned on which sound he had gone for on his ninth album. "This is going to fit right in in huge areas with thousands of people staring at me."
He continued: "And then I'm going to sing it at them and they're going to smile and hold their phones up and wave and it's going to be euphoric and it's going to be big."
2006 was Robbie's last solo tour, however, he hinted that he was ready to head back to the big stage as a solo performer when he rejoined his Take That bandmates for a new album and tour last year.
He recently confirmed plans for his first solo shows which will see him play small venues this month.
You can listen to Robbie Williams speaking to Capital about the sound of his new album 'Take The Crown' below:
Meanwhile, the singer's new single 'Candy' was played for the first time on Capital this week and was hailed as "amazing" by listeners after the premiere.
'Candy' will be released on 29th October with new album 'Take The Crown' following on 5th November.