Robbie Williams has released ‘Lost’, a new single about “reckless behaviour” which is included on his 25th anniversary album ‘XXV’.
The new song, produced by Guy Chambers and Richard Flack, is a moving ode to troubled times. “‘Lost’ refers to the times in my life when I indulged in reckless behavior,” Williams said in a statement.
XXV’ celebrates Williams’ 25 years as a solo artist, with a number of world-class singles and fan favourites, all composed by Jules Buckley, Guy Chambers and Steve Sidwell and re-recorded with the Metropole Orkest in Netherlands. It is available for pre-order here ahead of its September 9th release via Columbia Records.
The former Take That member’s album will be available on CD (standard and deluxe), vinyl and cassette. The standard and deluxe versions will feature ‘Lost’, while the deluxe album will include three other original songs: ‘Disco Symphony’, ‘More Than This’ and ‘The World And Her Mother’.
Album tracks released so far include remixed versions of ‘Angels’, ‘Eternity’ and ‘The Road To Mandalay’.
The news follows confirmation that Williams will headline Radio 2 Live in Leeds next month.
It is celebrated on September 17 and 18 in the city’s Temple Newsam Park. Some of the members of the cartel are George Ezra, Kaiser Chiefs and Nile Rodgers & Chic.
Williams returned to the UK with a show at Vale Park in Stoke-on-Trent last month.
The pop star’s 11th solo album, ‘The Heavy Entertainment Show,’ came out in 2016. During a recent interview, Williams said his next full-length would take him “back to 1995.” No further details about the project are known yet.