- 05 Aug 22
The singer is adding to his impressive 12 studio albums with XXV, celebrating 25 years of Robbie as a solo artist.
World-famous singer Robbie Williams has released the poignant new single 'Lost' from his forthcoming album XXV.
Produced by Guy Chambers and Richard Flack, 'Lost' features emotional lyrics, strong piano elements, with a decadent string feature combined to create an instant hit track. With similarities to Williams' classic tracks, the inclusion of 'Lost' on his forthcoming album which celebrates 25 years of his solo artistry feels aptly placed.
Explaining the meaning behind this latest release, the 'Angels' crooner said: "'Lost' is about the times in my life when I've abandoned myself to reckless behaviour."
Alongside 'Lost', XXV will feature a host of Robbie's number one hit singles and fan favourites all newly orchestrated by Jules Buckley, Guy Chambers and Steve Sidwell, and re-recorded with the acclaimed Metropole Orkest in The Netherlands.
Releasing September 9, the album will be available in CD (standard and deluxe), vinyl and cassette formats. Both the standard and deluxe versions will feature 'Lost', while the deluxe album will include three more original tracks – 'Disco Symphony', 'More Than This' and 'The World And Her Mother'.
Previous to 'Lost', Williams released the reworked versions of 'Angels', 'Eternity' and 'The Road to Mandalay' - giving fans a taste of what’s to come.
Back in June, Robbie announced a new arena tour for later this year with dates across the UK and Ireland. The previous Take That member will stop in Dublin's 3Arena for three nights from October 29 to November 1. Tickets can be found on Ticketmaster.
Already brandishing six of the Top 100 best-selling albums in British history, XXV will add to Williams' incredibly successful repertoire, pushing him beyond his 80 million album sales worldwide, 14 number one singles and a record 18 BRIT Awards – more than any other artist in music history.
Check out the video for Robbie Williams' 'Lost' below.